Salad with Romaine Lettuce
Any salad with Romaine lettuce and these suggested ingredients will be noticeably better than a plain iceberg lettuce salad. The Romaine lettuce offers the soft texture from the dark green leafy end, while the base side offers its crunchy experience. It’s nutritional value is well above just good. Read more from a dietician’s article on Eating Well. The article is titled “Is Romaine Lettuce Healthy?“.
Salad With Romaine Lettuce
- 8 leaves Romaine Lettuce
- 1 cup shredded carrots or ½ qty of diced carrots
- 2 stalks celery diced
- 3 tbsp Mrs. Dash
- ⅓ cup Sunflower Seeds salted
- Remove the needed Romain Lettuce leaves and rinse over running cold water. Cutup into bite-sized pieces and place in a large serving or mixing bowl.8 leaves Romaine Lettuce
- Cutup the shreeded carrots a bit further so they aren't so long (or dice some carrots instead). Add into mixing bowl and add in the diced celery also.1 cup shredded carrots, 2 stalks celery
- Add in the Mrs. Dash. Toss to mix in and distribute all ingredients.3 tbsp Mrs. Dash
- Top each individual salad serving with the sunflower seeds or optionally mix it into the main mixing bowl prior to serving. Ready for applying each individual's preferred salad dressing.⅓ cup Sunflower Seeds
Salad Recipe with Romaine
In this salad with Romaine, these particular vegetable additions work together exceptionally well for their crunchy texture as well as their nutrients offered. The Mrs. Dash makes it easier for adding in the right balance of added seasonings for that great flavor not usually found in a regular salad.
And topping the salad off with Sunflower Seeds gives it a meaty impact. Not everyone wants those seeds so it’s shown as an option to be left out of the main salad serving bowl and is suited for individual preferences during serving time.
This recipe is listed on our Dinner Ideas for Christmas Eve article, where you’ll also see other traditional and non-traditional fun recipes for main courses, sides, appetizers, salads, and breads.
Romaine Salad Recipe Ideas
Here are some other ideas for additional items. These items to be added are intended as individual collections of items that can be successfully added to the pre-existing recipe. Adding more than one bulleted collection is not a consideration to pursue, as the result has not been confirmed as being a favorable mix. Also, all additions are considered without Sunflower Seeds being added; however, that remains as an option to retain, if desired.
- Add 20 Spanish green olives
- Add 3 diced green onions, 2/3 cup Feta Cheese, 1/3 cup sliced/diced black olives
- Add 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato
- Add 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato, 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- Add 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato, 8 slices of (diced) salami, 5 slices of (diced) Provolone cheese
- Add 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato, 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese, 1 tsp ground black pepper
- For a Chef’s Salad: Add 8 slices of (diced) deli ham, 2/3 cup of cubed cheddar cheese, 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato, optional 3 diced hard-boiled eggs, 1/2 tsp salt, 3/4 tsp ground black pepper
- Add 8 slices (crumpled) cooked bacon, 1-1/2 diced fresh tomato. Instead of any dressing, use 3 tbsp. Mayo and 3 tbsp. Sour Cream. Optionally, add any croutons.
- Here’s a Green Salad Recipe that has no added ingredients beyond Blue Cheese. It uses Romaine Lettuce and Spinach Leaves.
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Nutritional Values of Romaine Salad
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Enjoy this simple, healthy salad and make it along with these crusty, garlic bread toast slices.