This shrimp cobb salad is a fantastic unity of tasty ingredients which make it a unique culinary creation that is likely to become the icon of your holiday mealtime. Despite its unusual taste, your guests will hardly overcome the temptation to try some more. The ingredients that you’ll need for this shrimp cobb mix are numerous so it might take a lot of time for you to finish this masterpiece, but your effort will pay off many times when you’ll see how popular it is with your family and friends. It can be served at any festivities or holidays, so it will definitely turn into the all-favorite meal that will add up to the festive mood of your guests.
- balsamic vinegar : 0.25 cup
- olive oil : 0.25 cup
- grey poupon : 1 tsp
- shallot : 1 piece (large, minced)
- garlic : 7 clove
- chives : 5 piece
- salt : 0.5 tsp
- black pepper : 1 pinch
- red leaf lettuce : 0.5 piece
- romaine : 0.5 piece
- egg : 3 piece (hard boiled, quartered)
- avocado : 1 piece (large, diced)
- tomatillos : 1 piece (diced)
- Roma tomatoes : 3 piece (diced)
- tomatoes : 1 piece (yellow, diced)
- vinegar : 3 Tbsp
- Roquefort cheese : 7 oz.
- shrimp : 250 g (peeled)
- white wine : 0.25 cup
- lemon : 2 piece
- bacon : 4 piece (cooked and diced)
Stages of cooking
Take a bowl and whisk all the ingredients for the dressing in it. Leave in a fridge for about one hour.
Take another bowl and mix the tomatoes, tomatillo, shallots, and garlic with the vinegar and juice from one lemon in it. Season with salt and pepper to your taste and put into the fridge for one hour. If you like raw tomatoes, just add them to the salad without marinating them.
Take a frying pan and sauté the shrimps in olive oil. In the end, add lemon juice and wine.
Chop the romaine and red leaf lettuce. Layer them in a shallow salad bowl.
Take the ingredients from the fridge and layer each of them in a salad bowl as well. Add the dressing. Your salad is now ready! Bon appétit!