Fried Egg Caesar Salad.

Fried Egg Caesar Salad

It’s been an honor and pleasure being a part of the Darling Dozen. I love working together with other bloggers and companies to bring fun and new recipes for you to try in your kitchen.  Safest Choice Eggs asked me to come up with a recipe that incorporates egg with salad. I went through a few ideas before landing on this one. I thought about a spin on a Cobb Salad…I thought about adding avocado, cilantro  and green chives to a traditional mayo egg salad recipe. And of course, there’s Caesar salad with boiled eggs on top…which is what led me to this idea. Using a well-fried egg on top of a Caesar salad. So simple, but different.

Result: Scrumptious.

The fried egg with the salt and pepper…on top of a pepper-y salad with a salty dressing…a great complement. (But don’t fret…it wasn’t “too salty”…I thought it was perfect!)

I love that I can have this for lunch and get a good protein with my salad. And I love that this could be served with your favorite grilled meat for a great dinner meal.

(Here’s my Egg Frying Vine video.)

Hope you enjoy it! 

Print This Post

Fried Egg Caesar Salad

Yield – 4 servings

Preparation Time – 10 minutes

Cooking Time – 5 minutes

Ingredients

Directions

  • Fry 4 eggs in a large skillet. Season each one with a little salt and pepper.
  • While eggs are frying, toss together the lettuce, dressing and Parmesan cheese shreds.
  • Plate the salad and add a fried egg to each portion.
  • Serve Fried Egg Caesar Salad as lunch, or side dish for dinner.
Disclosure: This recipe and post are part of a sponsored campaign with Safest Choice Eggs. Opinions are my own. And yay for eating cookie dough!

FREE DOWNLOAD! Eight 20-Minute Meal Ideas That Will Help You Survive Chaotic & Busy Weeknights!
Please enter all required fields
Correct invalid entries

See more $5 Dinners Popular Recipes here

Comments

  1. says

    I was just at the Safe Eggs Caeser Salad page to make my dressing (subbed herring roe for the anchovies and vinegar for the lemon juice and it turned out great), my croutons are drying in the oven, and I am planning on making this tonight for dinner. I love runny yolks on just about everything so I will be gently poaching them. I am looking forward to this.

Trackbacks

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *