Shrimp Caesar Salad

Cooking Light. Precooked shrimp speed up preparation. If you purchase raw shrimp, cook them in boiling water for two minutes or until done. Sriracha Thai hot sauce adds spicy heat to the dressing; omit it for a mild dish. Serve with sauvignon blanc.

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  • To prepare dressing, combine mayonnaise and next 7 ingredients (through garlic), stirring with a whisk.
  • To prepare salad, combine croutons, 2 tablespoons cheese, shrimp, and lettuce in a large bowl.
  • Add dressing; toss well to coat.
  • Top with pine nuts.
  • Garnish with chives, if desired.
  • Serve immediately.
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"Cooking Light. Precooked shrimp speed up preparation. If you purchase raw shrimp, cook them in boiling water for two minutes or until done. Sriracha Thai hot sauce adds spicy heat to the dressing; omit it for a mild dish. Serve with sauvignon blanc."
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  1. Terriyaki 2
    Yum! Don't boil the shrimp. Much better sauteed. Only used a drop or 2 of the hot sauce. Really enjoyed this salad. :)
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  2. kristiesnell
    Cooking Light. Precooked shrimp speed up preparation. If you purchase raw shrimp, cook them in boiling water for two minutes or until done. Sriracha Thai hot sauce adds spicy heat to the dressing; omit it for a mild dish. Serve with sauvignon blanc.
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