How to make it

  • Clean and dry Romaine lettece.
  • In a blender (I use a smaller chopper machine) add anchovies, lemon juice, garlic, vinegar, mustard, black pepper, Worchester sauce, about half of the EVOO.
  • Blend until garlic is chopped pretty well, then add more of the olive oil.
  • Blend for a few minutes and then add the rest of the olive oil.
  • You may want to add more EVOO if it isn't the thick consistency you would like.
  • Blend this mixture for a few more minutes to be sure everything is blended to a smooth consistency.
  • Put croutons in with the lettece and pour the dressing over the lettece. Do it a little at a time, because it is easier to add know.
  • Toss until all the leaves are coated thoroughly. Then top with parmesean cheese and serve on ice cold plates.

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  • lvlady 14 years ago
    Tried this with anochovy paste. Very good. I wasn't sure how much anochovy paste to use so tried about 1 tbs, maybe add a little more next time.
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  • stewie 14 years ago
    I too love Caesar salads, and this recipe sounds like one that I am going to like very much...
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    " It was excellent "
    yomomma ate it and said...
    Love, love, love caesar salad. Can't wait to try your sister's recipe. Thanks.
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  • onedegree 14 years ago
    Yummy. I might try this with some of the roasted garlic I have left over.
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