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By making everything from scratch with ingredients you choose, you can make a healthier, better-than-the-restaurant version of this iconic salad at home. Vijay, Recipe Hunter

Vijay Nathan, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter and Chef


Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

A restaurant favorite at home

Caesar salad just might be on of the most iconic salads of all time. Available on nearly every restaurant menu and made with crispy romaine lettuce and a tangy, creamy dressing, there’s no reason that we should leave this one to only be ordered when eating out! In fact, by being selective about each of the ingredients you choose and making every component from scratch, you can make a grilled chicken caesar salad that’s even better than anything you’ll get at restaurants. Willow breaks down the process for us step-by-step, including making your own croutons and dressing from scratch (with and without an egg yolk if you’re squeamish). Unlike the over-dressed salads you often see, toss the romaine lightly in the sharply-flavored dressing (using this technique), top it with slices of simply grilled chicken, and shave freshly grated parmesan on top for a healthy lunch your family will love.


Willow Arlen

Food Journalist & Culinary Adventurer

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Food is all about bringing people together. It's so much more than sustenance, it's nourishment on every level. To me, the best part of making a dish is sharing it… so pull up a chair and dig in!

We can absolutely get behind Willow’s mantra: “Love people, cook them tasty food.” On her blog, Will Cook for Friends, Willow shares her adventures in cooking and baking homemade recipes with absolutely stunning photography. One of the things we love best about Willow’s style is that she doesn’t take any shortcuts that sacrifice the quality of a dish. This is real, hand-made, from-scratch cooking that yields exceptional results that are perfect for making your friends, family, and guests feel truly special.


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