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Tony Guard Uses Flamin' Hot Cheetos to Spice up an Average Salad

 - May 22, 2015
References: tag-restaurant & buzzfeed
Chef Tony Guard adds Flamin' Hot Cheetos to garnish this delicious steak salad. For those who enjoy a good steak, some veggies and a little crunch, this recipe will satisfy all these cravings.

After perfectly seasoning any steak of choice then grilling or barbering it to perfect, leave it to rest and being slicing and dicing all kinds of veggies. Guard is preferable to kale, cherry tomatoes and cilantro. The homemade dressing is a simple combination of olive oil white balsamic, shallot, lime juice, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper and pickled rhubarb. To top it off just toss as little or as many Flamin' Hot Cheetos on top for that crunchy spice!

Guard works as head chef at his restaurant called TAG. He uses many unconventional ingredients to keep his menu fresh, fun and interesting. Flamin' Hot Cheetos are among the many items that keep customers intrigued and happily impressed.