MAKE YOUR SWEETHEART A CAESAR SALAD!
CAESAR SALAD is the most popular flavor at Ken's Dressings' their MOST
SOLD flavor. Caesar was invented at the movie stars' favorite Caesar's Hotel
back in the the 40's when film stars drove to Tijuana for the bullfights and
duty-free perfumes. So you want to try making this incredible recipe for
a tenth of the cost 15$ at Musso & Franks in Hollywood, and serving it to your peeps.
Most Caesar dressings today are an accurate knock-off of the authentic
one. BUT they don't always use 'top' ingredients. Typically THE GREAT
ONE would use oilve oil, Italian grated parmesan, garlic,
anchovies/ Worcestershire sauce, vinegar or lemon juice, and egg yolks.
(or they sub mayonnaise---1 tablespoon mayo = 1 egg). If U want egg
yolk, Lower it in spoon in a pan of boiling water for l second or two to
Pasteurize it for salmonella avoidance. And fry up your own croutons.
Any stale white bread in the house and rub them with garlic once fried.
VARIATION: BUTTERMILK adds a 'ranch' flavor to Caesars. And mince
three kinds of onions, a great restaurant cook "TINA" told me.
I wondered if it was yellow, white or red onions or green
(scallions) and what would another possibility be? Shallot? Dried onion
powder? Flakes? She wouldn't tell. Top RESTAURANT ROW cafe, though. TIP: She
topped all her salads with toasted pignolas so tasty and dazzling you wouldn't
want to keep bothering Tina for her secrets. Here are some recipes for easy
fast or full service Caesars Dressings
ANCHOVIES are the big UMAMI secret to deepen flavor in pizza sauce and salad dressings. Smash the little fishies or
get anchovy paste at 99c store in a tube like toothpaste.
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