This healthy meal from I Am a Food Blog puts a fresh twist on a classic romaine salad recipe. Instead of using fresh lettuce, the salad recipe grills its main ingredient and mixes it with black vinegar, hard-boiled eggs and dried Wakame seaweed.
Blending soy sauce, black vinegar and toasted sesame oil, this romaine salad recipe draws inspiration from Asian cuisine. The exotic meal is delicious and healthy, serving two people. In addition to its dressing and egg ingredients, the recipe is also infused with sesame seeds and a slice of cut bread.
Once ready, this romaine salad recipe will impress guests or make co-workers envy you at lunch. The meal is fiber and protein-enriched and makes for a light and incredibly delicious lunch.
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This Grilled Romaine Salad Recipe is Infused with Fresh Eggs
- By: Jana PijakMar 31, 2015