Note to self: 2 servings
Really enjoyed this quick and easy dinner salad. Made the Toasty Tomatoes to go with it and then had a dinner roll. Definitely will make again.
I should add....I had some produce that I needed to use up so I added shredded carrots, cherry tomatoes, and some crispy shallots to the salad.Read More
I agree that the Parm Broiled Tomatoes (which this was paired with in the magazine) makes this dish. We made it with venison steak!Read More
The tomatoes really make this shine - followed directions pretty much to a "T" and have made it several times. I have used different cuts of steak; use what you like, if the quality of the meat is good, the salad will be good. Super quick and easy and very filling; perfect for a warm summer weeknight! 100% a keeper; Enjoy!
This salad is so easy--I did let the rub sit on the steak longer than the suggested 15 minutes. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly as written. I served it with the suggested broiled parmesan tomatoes which were a great complement to the salad. As a side note, I used the rub on lamb chops--EXCELLENT! I will be using this recipe again and again.
I'd suggest preparing twice the dressing and then dressing to taste. Overall though, it was quick to prep and if cooking took more time it was because I chose to grill it - we have a tiny apartment and using a grill pan smokes out the whole place :(Read More
I used this recipe as a way to incorporate ingredients on hand, so I didn't follow it exactly, except for the salad dressing. I made the salad dressing according to the recipe. Then I used butter lettuce and leftover sliced flank steak and topped it with shaved Parmiggiano Reggiano, which I guess is another name for Parmesan cheese. I also prepared the broiled Parmesan tomatoes shown in the photo, which is what made the salad different from your everyday steak salad, making it a little special and extra delicious.Read More