13 Reviews

We really enjoyed this Caesar Salad! It reminded me a lot of the one we get from a local restaurant that we love. I added some chicken to it, and didn't have any croutons. I also used prosciutto instead of bacon, and added more garlic. We will definitely make this one again! Oh I also put olives into it.

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CulinaryExplorer May 26, 2009

Very good recipe, my dinner guests loved it and my husband has requested it for dinner again this week.

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Heather in Utsunomiya,Japan December 20, 2008

This was too lemony for my taste. I ended up adjusting the ingredients to make it really delicious, but as written, I didn't feel like the ingredients were in the right proportion.

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SilverOpera August 10, 2008

i loved how quick and easy this recipe was. a little too much citrus for my taste, and will cut it back next time. i will also add a touch more anchovy paste. i followed this recipes suggestion for the coutons and they were great!

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yesveruca March 26, 2008

Will use less lemon juice next time, little too citric

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acm6404 January 20, 2008

We love ceasar salad. This was easy to put together and I actually had anchovy paste on hand. I bought it for some recipe I found here on Zaar but forgot which one it was so I've never used it. Now I know what to do with the paste. Next time I make this, I will definitely cut down on the lemon juice. Way to tart for our taste. We found it overpowered all other tastes. I would use half next time. I did add an egg yoke. It makes the dressing a bit creamier and thicker. I made the dressing the night before, left it in the blender in the fridge and just before tossing, I whized it up for a few seconds. I will be making this again but like I said, with less lemon.

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DeeDee November 06, 2006

This was an excellent Cesar Salad. I loved the dressing on this and made the croutons as you suggested which were very good. I also didn't use an egg. I was a little worried when I smelled the anchovy paste, but it all worked really well together. Thanks.

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~Nimz~ August 18, 2006

Excellent dressing. It lasts well overnight. I added some more tabasco, worcestershire sauce and parmesan, but that's a personal taste. Great tip for the croutons!

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hilary May 22, 2006

This was my first attempt at making a Caesar dressing and we greatly enjoyed the outcome of this recipe. I did not use an egg. I used about 2 inches of the anchovy paste. I may use a little less garlic next time because the result was very potent. I had the dressing in the refrigerator all day and just gave it a quick mix before applying to the lettuce. To make things easy, I used a packaged bag of romaine lettuce. When I applied the dressing, I tried to be sparse so as to not overwhelm my guests. I ended up with left over dressing which I will use later. I will definetely be using this recipe again. Thanks!

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aviva July 17, 2005

YUMMY!! LOVE the garlic in this dressing. I skipped the egg though. I keep anchovy paste in the tube in my fridge for puttenesca and I was glad I had it on hand one night when it was too hot to cook. The dressing kept well in the fridge for a couple of days. We had ceasar wraps in tortillas the next day because I only made dinner salad for 2 that night. Thanks for a great recipe!!!

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Cookiegirlandi July 06, 2005
Caesar Salad