This copycat Costco chicken bake recipe means now you don’t have to take a trip to Costco to enjoy their signature food court cult classic. A stromboli crust wraps around chicken, cheese and creamy dressing giving you a portable savory turnover perfect for lunch or dinner. Make them today!
Pizza is the best thing to throw together when you totally don’t feel like cooking. Skip the traditional recipe though, and whip up a gourmet version in minutes instead. This chicken & bacon Caesar pizza is the pizza recipe to end all homemade pizza recipes.
Who knew you could combine your favorite side salad with a a bit of pasta, and make a bit of kitchen magic like this Chicken Caesar Pasta Salad. It’s quick, easy, and so darn tasty. It’s a perfect family supper side dish, or an equally yummy lighter meal option.
Move over chicken salad, there’s a new Summer sandwich in town. These easy, creamy Slow Cooker Hot Chicken Caesar Sandwiches are full of flavor and a cinch to pull together even on the busiest days.
It’s quick and easy, it’s creamy pasta Heaven. Studded with crispy crackles of bacon, chunks of tender juicy chicken, and bound together with a thick Caesar dressing- it’s a full meal that masquerades as a hot pasta salad.
If you grew up in the South pasta salad was and still is a staple, but it typically just involves plain pasta and some sort o mayonnaise base. Shake things up with this fun new twist- Pepperoni & Basil Tortellini Salad, in a creamy Caesar dressing with sliced sweet grape tomatoes too.
A great Caesar salad gets it’s greatness from a great dressing. This easy, homemade version will knock your socks off.
The hubs, a self-proclaimed Caesar salad connoisseur , approved of the authentic taste. Bonus for him? He didn’t have to worry about being served a ‘chemical cocktail’ (aka processed dressing) over his bed of lettuce for dinner ever again.
The hubs can be touchy about such things.
Even better for me? This recipe doesn’t have anchovies. Anchovies give me the creeps.
I didn’t even know that’s what gave Caesar the tangy bite I loved so much until my early twenties when a friend told me mid-bite of, you guessed it folks, Caesar salad.
First I freaked out, then I had a mild panic attack, and felt like my throat was constricting blinking back tears and trying not to gag. Then I couldn’t even look at my salad, let alone eat it.
It was a whole year before I could even think about eating it. Not my finest hour, err year. But hey, time can fix anything, right? Wrong. You did know Caesar dressing usually has anchovies in it…right? If not, sorry I told you. Spoiler alert!
A long while later a quick search of the all-knowing Google proved that I could still get the taste I craved without getting the willies. A host of tangy ingredients, and a good bit of garlic, cover beautifully for the absent anchovies.
Ok, so let me re-phrase that- it doesn’t involve you using any anchovies to achieve the great taste you’re looking for. Thankfully, the Worcestershire sauce this homemade Caesar salad dressing calls for has all the anchovies flavor you need without actually having to see the things!
Homemade Caesar Salad Dressing (Without Anchovies)
- 3 tsp minced garlic
- 3/4 – 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 + tsp dijon mustard
- 1/2 tsp dry mustard
- 2 1/2 – 3 tbs red wine vinegar
- 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 3/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
- Add all of the ingredients to a food processor or blender, and blend until completely incorporated.
- Slowly add in a little bit at a time, while continuing to blend, 1/4 cup of olive oil. Blend until the dressing has emulsified.
- Refrigerate until chilled, so that the dressing thickens, and continue to refrigerate any leftovers for up to a week.
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