Mock Caesar Salad
- Ready In:
- Mix garlic, soy sauce and lemon juice in a large salad bowl and whisk together.
- Add endive and romaine.
- Toss to coat.
- Top with cheese and pepper and tomatoes.
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Served this for Sunday dinner along with baked ziti and garlic toast. It was definitely a big hit. Doubled it for 6 adults and there wasn't even a crumb of parmesan left in the bowl! Will be making this often. I think with some grilled chicken breast, or some sauteed shrimp it would make a wonderful meal in itself!
This is a nice zesty dressing, though I didn't think it was like a caesar. I did throw in some olive oil and I will use a little less lemon next time. I topped with Amazing Chicken Marinade #29598 by GinnyP, and the flavors were wonderful together! Because the dressing is very liquidy, it would be easy to put too much and end up with a soup at the bottom of your salad, so I would reccomend to others that you toss lightly with your greens and test it first. We will use this one again, thanks for sharing!
This is a really tasty salad dressing! While it didn't really taste like a caesar dressing, it had quite a unique flavor that is delicious on fresh salad greens. I made this exactly as directed, and think it will end up in our regular rotation. I also think this would be a delicious marinade for salmon or other fish or even vegetables, and can't wait to try it on grilled foods. I think this will be a very versatile dressing/marinade. Thanks, Braunda - this one's a keeper.