Though the recipe deviates from the authentic recipe from Tijuana (using Spain's ubiquitous sherry vinegar instead of lemon or lime juice), it's a delicious variation, and otherwise a pretty basic recipe centered around garlic and anchovies, like a proper Caesar dressing should be.
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The Caesar salad is, when done properly, one of my favorite things to eat. Obviously anything you get out of a bottle is not going to meet this requirement, but the dressing itself is not all that difficult to make. Once you've tasted the clean, creamy, bright flavor of the real thing, going back to the bottle is impossible.
With a jar of fresh homemade Caesar dressing in the fridge, you'll be ready to conquer the world. And with spring and summer on the horizon, their vegetable bounties looming large, you may actually have to.
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I'm still not sure how I feel about this "salad." Though the original Ceasar salad didn't actually have anchovies swimming around in it, this recipe from GOOD magazine unleashes more anchovies per square-inch than any other I've seen. As the...