Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Brown Derby Cobb Salad Yummylicious

If you are reading this, probably a fan of salad or a restaurant Hunter revenue. I welcome this sneak peak of delicious recipes. This is one of my favorites- Brown Derby Cobb Salad Recipe.

There are many stories about Cobb salad occur, but there is a little story about it here in the Brown Derby restaurant owners.

In 1937, one night, the owner opens Bob Cobb and am looking for a snack for your friend Sid Grauman, passed the restaurant kitchen. What came out was this salad. Sid proposed adding Bob menu, I thought it was so good.

The salad was famous overnight and remained popular ever since.

Below is the Brown Derby Cobb Salad original shown. Make love and enjoy!

Brown Derby Cobb Salad Ingredients:

1/2 head of lettuce

1/2 bunch watercress

1 small bunch of chicory

1/2 head of lettuce

Peeled 2 medium tomatoes,

Cooked chicken roaster 2 cups

6 strips crispy bacon

1 avocado

3 boiled eggs

2 tablespoons chopped chives

1/2 cup crumbled Roquefort cheese imported

Brown Derby Cobb Salad Preparation:

1 cup Brown Derby Old Fashioned make French Dressing (recipe below)

Inca lettuce, watercress, chicory and romaine salad bowl cutting and editing.

Ince, remove seeds, cut and editing circuits dice tomatoes
chopped green top.

Cut the chicken breasts and arrange chopped greener.
Inca and sprinkle with chopped bacon salad.

Edit definite advantage in small pieces and avocado salad.

Top with chopped eggs, chopped chives, garnish the salad and sprinkle with grated cheese.

Just shake well before serving the salad with French dressing.

(This gives a child of 4-6 people)

Brown Derby Cobb Salad Dressing latest French fashion Ingredients:

1 cup water

Red wine vinegar 1 cup

Sugar 1 teaspoon

Juice of half a lemon

2 1/2 teaspoons salt

1 teaspoon black pepper

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce tea

1 tablespoon English mustard tea

Chopped 1 clove garlic,

1 cup olive oil

3 cups salad (vegetable) oil

Brown Derby Cobb Salad Preparation Old Fashioned French Dressing:

Mix all ingredients except oil.

Then add the olive oil and salad and mix well again. Cold. Stir before serving.

This makes about 1 1/2 liters and remain well in a refrigerator. Made and stored in 2 liters bottle Mason.

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