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I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - luvnit - 02-14-2010

I can't find my issue of C@H with the recipe for Caesar salad dressing

Here is the issue: Cuisine at home, June 2006, Issue 57, p. 21

It is part of the Chicken Roulade recipe. But I use that Caesar dressing all the time. It is THE best dressing for this salad ever!

If anyone sees this and has a chance to post it. I would appreciate it. I have been trying to search it, but I can't find it.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - Gourmet_Mom - 02-14-2010

I hope I'm not too late! I just sat down after getting dinner on it's way!

Here you go:

* Exported from MasterCook *

Caesar Salad

Recipe By :Cuisine at Home
Serving Size : 6 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Sides and Sauces

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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1 clove garlic -- minced
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese -- grated
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon fat-free mayonnaise
1 teaspoon anchovy paste
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 cup olive oil
10 cups romaine lettuce -- chopped

Mix all ingredients together except for lettuce.

Dress salad and serve.

"This is the salad that originally came with the Chicken Parm Roulades, but we liked it so well, we have it any time we want a Caesar Salad."

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - luvnit - 02-14-2010

Yay! You are an angel! Thank you so much Daphne.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - Old Bay - 02-15-2010

If you ever do this one you wll never do any other again.---
Bill's Caesar Salad

4 garlic cloves, minced and mashed
1 C olive oil
1 t salt
pepper to taste
Juice of 2 large lemons
4 eggs coddled
6 anchovy filets, minced & mashed
1 C grated fresh parmesan cheese
2-3 romaine hearts
4 C croutons

Marinate garlic in olive oil up to 24 hours. In a large bowl, combine salt, pepper & lemon juice. Drip in olive oil and garlic, whisking to combine. Break in coddled eggs with whites, scraped from shell--continue whisking until mixed and whites are broken up. Add anchovies & cheese--whisk until combined. Adjust seasonings. Serve over lettuce leaves with croutons--serves 8 to 10.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - luvnit - 02-15-2010

Thank you Bill! I have copied it to my recipe library. I will make it the very next time I make the salad. It lookes great! I love anchovies.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - cjs - 02-15-2010

Whenever I make the one from C@H, I think of Lorraine and Billy both - we all three loved it so much.

AND, forgetful as I am, I neglected to put the recipe in Billy's book along with the chicken roulades - don't know how I managed to do that.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - Lorraine - 02-15-2010

The caesar salad dressing is still my to go to recipe. Love it!

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - chef_Tab - 02-16-2010

I am so glad people lose their old favorite recipes! Sorry for your inconvenience, Laura, but it brought this wonderful recipe to my attention. Hubby and I love Ceasar salad so after seeing this thread I just had to fit it into the menu ASAP. Oh my, wonderful isn't even fitting enough. I made a huge bowl for two of us and we were fighting over the the last leaf. We will be having this again.....maybe even tomorrow. Thanks for posting Daphne, and thanks for losing it Laura!!!

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - Gourmet_Mom - 02-16-2010

Theresa, surely you've had the Parmesan Chicken Roulades! This is just the salad that the roulades are served on. (BTW, if you have NOT had the roulades, you must...ASAP! Trust me!) But I still love the salad on it's's my go to Caesar recipe. I do want to try Bill's, though. I've never had the nerve to make it with a raw egg, but coddled, I think I could do.

Re: I need an old C@H recipe! Help! - esgunn - 02-17-2010

A traditional cesar recipe is always good - the nice thing about this one is it is so easy and I always have the stuff on hand. Oh, I need to make the roulades again. They are SOOOOO good!