Top Rated Romaine Lettuce Recipes

The combination of flavorful lamb meat, tzatziki sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, pepperoncini, and maybe a few olives if you’re in the mood, cannot be beat. Wrapped in a pita, it’s the ultimate cheers to Greece. Next time you’re craving the sandwich, though, skip the pita and try tossing those combinations with fries, instead. Click here to see 15 Over-the-Top Fry Recipes
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Fit and Fed
"Let’s get one thing straight – I don’t avoid bread because I don’t like it, I avoid it because it makes me feel sick. Sure, there are some foods (like cheesy French bread) that are hard to replicate sans grains, but croutons . . . croutons I took a stab at. This Caesar salad, which relies on a traditional dressing for added authenticity, also uses a clever oven trick I’ve picked up that turns ordinary potatoes into the perfect crouton replacement."-Casey Joy GarciaRecipe excerpted from cookbook Fed & Fit: A 28 Day Food & Fitness Plan to Jump-Start Your Life with Over 175 Squeaky-Clean Paleo Recipes by Casey Joy Garcia
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Blackened fish tacos have become favorites for so many and now you can find it on most menus. I love these! Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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This recipe was created on behalf of the National Peanut Board by resident health expert Jennifer Iserloh.  As a trained chef and nutritionist, Iserloh wanted to feed America’s obsession for burgers by creating one that incorporated the superfood peanuts.  "Burgers are an all-American obsession," she says. "Cooking with superfoods means you can have the best of both worlds: your burger fix and top nutrition." Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Romaine Lettuce Salad
Roasting garlic is my new favorite go-to for dinner parties. It's easy to do, especially when you're already roasting something in the oven. I simply remove top of the head, drizzle a little oil on top and a pinch of salt, and roast it for about 40 minutes at 350 degrees, until they're soft when pressed. (If you're setting it beside a roast, it never hurts to baste it in the pan drippings.)  As is, you can spread it on toast, eat it with roasted meats or fish, or add it to a dressing, like in this recipe. The garlicky dressing gives the crisp Romaine lettuce more depth and elevates it from the ordinary salad. If you don't have roasted garlic, you can also grate in fresh garlic instead (just  be warned that it will probably be much stronger).  Click here to see the Simple Ingredients Made Spectacular story. 
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tempeh burgers bbq
If you are preparing for a party, tailgate, or event, these burgers are vegetarian friendly and will please everyone who attends. The healthy barbecue sauce is a declicious addition that adds a ton of healthy flavor. 
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For a vegan approach to the Mexican staple, try this recipe that substitutes the tortilla with lettuce.
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How great is a Caesar salad when you get a bite of lettuce, drenched in dressing, and a crispy crouton? Now take that crouton and replace it with fries. We did, and it was amazing. Click here to see 15 Over-the-Top Fry Recipes
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BLT Pasta with Blue Cheese-Buttermilk Dressing
If you love BLT sandwiches, then you'll really love this pasta version. To make this truly unique, we created a blue cheese-buttermilk dressing that you can modify to your tastes depending on the type of blue cheese you pick — fruity, creamy, spicy, or salty.
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  Blue Moon’s favorite ingredient, orange, is infused throughout this recipe, from the marinade and salad ingredients to the dressing. Along with the signature ingredient, their Valencia Grove Amber brew has notes of caramel to make it a rich and creamy ale that serves as the perfect marinade for the chicken breasts. 
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Bell Peppers
“[Ronald Reagan was] born in Tampico, Illinois. Educated at High school and Eureka College. Height: 6 feet. Weight: 170 pounds. Grey eyes and dark brown hair. Was a life guard when he was younger. Wrote a weekly sports column for a Des Moines newspaper, was broadcasting sporting events when heard by a Warner Brothers talent scout and his splendid voice and diction won for him a long term contract with Warner Bros.-First National Pictures Corporation.” — What Actors Eat When They Eat! Click here to see The Real Dead Celebrities Cookbook story.
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Ingredients: 1/2 cup soy sauce 1 1/2 tablespoons sesame oil 2 tablespoons dry white wine 1 tablespoon brown sugar - (packed) 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger 3 small romaine lettuce heads halved lengthwise In a blender or food processor process soy ...
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