Ready in 5 minutes
Better than restuarant quality flavour, quickly made from scratch in your own home...
Yields: 5-6 Servings
Add the garlic, the anchovy paste, mustard and egg yolk to a large bowl and blend together until thick and smooth.
While whisking, slowly drizzle in the olive oil until you have a smooth emulsion, but you may need to add more depending on the freshness of your eggs.
Pour half the dressing into a small bowl and add 3/4 of the lettuce the using a spatula, toss to coat the lettuce, then add the rest of the lettuce once the first part is coated.
Add the rest of the dressing one 1 TSP at a time until it is coated to your preference, then season with salt and pepper to taste.
Top the whole bowl with the parmesan cheese or use extra cheese to dress solo plates
bastonrach 1m agoI love ceasar salad nothing beats it
jdriemeyer 7m agook
philandmike 1y agoAwesome recipe.
tcats6 1y agoGreat once I added some white vinegar and fresh lemon juice.
Westonkt 1y agoI 'think' this is a good recipe but it's always a guessing game when I make it as it doesn't say how much dijon or anchovy paste to add so the dressing isn't quite right.... shame.
carleebee 2y agoThis is so much more better then a regular salad!
Crettenberger 3y agoSimple recipe, just use quality ingredients and it's awesome!
clarkeey10 3y agoIncredible! A huge hit each time I make it
Appalbarry 6y agoIt is so nice to see a Ceasar salad that actually contains proper ingredients. I am so tired of restaurants that serve the 'romaine lettuce with whatever creamy dressing is sitting around' version.
cncmike 6y ago[I posted this recipe.]