Caesar Salad Simply Gourmet

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2 comments:

  • taz posted at 1:15 pm on Mon, Sep 16, 2013.

    taz Posts: 1

    A re-run of a televised cooking show with Julia Child and Jacques Pepin demonstrated the original Caesar Salad recipe which was created in Tijuana in the 1920's. The lettuce leaves are whole - not chopped. The egg is boiled 1 minute and then added to dressing and there isn't any dijon mustard or anchovy in the original recipe.

     
  • chuck1965 posted at 10:29 pm on Fri, Sep 13, 2013.

    chuck1965 Posts: 1

    Great Idea on the salt as an abrasive for the garlic. I use two forks for that and to make anchovies paste Here is a video of my version
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scJi0ekLKDM

     

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