Contributed by: NAPSA
The Intriguing History Of The King Of Salads (NAPSA) - Although its exact origin remains unclear, Crab Louie Salad-also known as the "King of Salads"-continues to reign as a popular choice in many of America's finer restaurants.
Some reports suggest that the original "Louis salad" was created by the chef at Seattle's Olympic Club in 1904, where the dish was a favorite of tenor Enrico Caruso. Others claim that the salad was created in San Francisco by the chef at Solari's Restaurant, or by Louis Davenport, founder and original owner of the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, Wash.
Today, there are as many takes on the classic dish as there are cooks. Using shrimp instead of crab, Litehouse Foods offers this delicious twist to enjoy at home. Great-tasting Litehouse dressings are made with natural ingredients, including 100 percent canola oil, which is endorsed by the American Heart Association. For more recipes, visit www.litehousefoods.com.
Wash and chop Romaine. Add cabbage, celery and green pepper or peas. Mix gently. Place on 4 plates. Arrange egg, avocado, tomato and shrimp on top of each. Drizzle with dressing.
Serving Size: Makes 4 Servings
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