Original recipe yields 1 servings
I'm northof the border here and wedon't make them like this!!Leave out the beef bullionand add some salt and pepper and you have a great Caeser ..that's what We..Canadians call them !! :)Use lou...
Absolutely leave out the beef boullion! I've never had a Caesar this way. Rim the glass with celery salt and instead of the celery stalk, try a dilly bean for some added punch.
I like this recipe. Watch out for the salty taste. Don't forget the dill weed. Makes a big difference. Very good recipe.
I'm used to Caesars having a little more kick to it so I added a small bit of creamed horseradish. I don't know if the beef powder was needed.
I've seen this recipe using tomato/beef juice INSTEAD of tomato/clam juice, it's a Bloody Bull. I wouldn't recommend combining the flavors, though, too salty.
you can rim the glass with a Caesar rim or Celery Salt. Squeeze a lemon wedge in and add, this is a must! I've also never used beef bouillon. I've been known to add horseradish or even Montre...
I definitely prefer it without the beef bouillon powder. Add a few drops of lime juice, or a twist of lime.
I get the idea of wanting the beef flavor, but the bouillon powder does not dissolve in cold liquid, so you have unattractive powder floating on top. Either heat a bit of water and dissolve the...