Top Rated Crouton Recipes

Chicken caesar wraps
It's easy enough to pick up a chicken Caesar wrap at any local deli or sandwich shop, but making your own at home has a number of definite advantages. First of all, doing it yourself means you can adjust the amount of dressing to your taste preferences — no need to worry about grabbing a soggy wrap. Additionally, since Caesar dressing traditonally includes anchovies, making homemade dressing allows you to add as much or little as you'd like. Another pro that comes with making these wraps at home is that you can add as many toppings as your heart desires (without having to pay a dollar extra for chopped avocado or tomatoes). See all sandwich recipes.Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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A traditional Cobb Salad will use chicken, bacon and blue cheese -- but this bad boy uses lobster.This recipe is courtesy of Get Maine Lobster.
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Savory Crescent Chicken Squares
Tender crescents wrap around a creamy chicken filling in a hot sandwich that took top honors in the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1974.Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
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A retro recipe you may have forgotten about, wedge salads are simulataneously hearty and refreshing. Pair with a big ol' steak and baked potato for a restaurant night at home.
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Cream of Vegetable Soup recipe - The Daily Meal
For this healthy, warming soup, use root vegetables of your choice: butternut squash, sweet potato, carrots, kohlrabi, zucchini, turnip, rutabaga, celeriac, or any other vegetable available at your local grocery. No need to fret over exact vegetables or exact amounts.This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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French Onion Soup au Gratin recipe - The Daily Meal
A delicious mixture of Gruyere and mozzarella cheeses make the perfect golden brown gratin on the French onion soup at Abe and Louie’s in Boca Raton, Florida. Be sure to sauté the onions until you get a rich, caramel color. This will bring out the sweetness and reduce the sherry until almost dry.This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Veloute — which means velvety in French — is a smooth and creamy soup. And this one is perfect for any Thanksgiving table. This recipe by Leah Eskin was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Swiss Chard Soup
Sometimes it’s nice to just eat a simple soup that shows off the flavor of the main ingredient. No bells, no whistles, no extra spices, twists, or complicated techniques. That’s the case with this Swiss chard soup. A simple onion, carrot, celery, and garlic base reinforced with chicken stock and, of course, the chard, makes for a bright, belly-warming winter meal. Great on its own, this healthy soup is made a little more indulgent with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream, more texturally complex with chickpea croutons, and heartier with some slices of ancho-rubbed grilled turkey. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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The All-In Salad
The fun thing about this salad is that everyone can create their own version of the dish. If you’re serving this salad at a party or potluck, have each of your friends bring one of the necessary items then, when everyone arrives, have fun building your salads.Recipe courtesy of Lisa Gorman, Director of St. Joseph Health Wellness CenterClick here for more of our best salad recipes.
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Chef Fabio Viviani uses bagels as breadcrumbs in this egg casserole, creating a richer and more indulgent dish to enjoy. 
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Created by executive chef Beau MacMillan of elements restaurant in Scottsdale, Ariz., this recipe combines the traditional and loved flavors of Thanksgiving in a new and unexpected way.
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 Guanabána Chicken Soup
Move over, chicken noodle, and make room for guanabána chicken soup. Click here to see The Amazing G-Fruit and Ways to Use It.
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