This Cobb Salad brings together crunchy romaine, refreshing cucumber, juicy cherry tomatoes, crispy eggplant-bacon bites, sprouts or microgreens, and optional chickpeas. You can choose from two dressings: a creamy ranch dressing made with cashews or a fat-free honey-mustard dressing for a light and bright option. You can omit the chickpeas to keep this recipe raw or add them for a heartier option.
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Combine the romaine, cucumber, chickpeas (if using), cherry tomatoes, eggplant-bacon bites, and sprouts or microgreens in a large bowl. Stir until evenly mixed.
To make the ranch dressing, combine the zucchini, cashews, lemon juice, garlic powder, onion powder, and sea salt (if using) in a blender and blend until smooth. Stir in the dill and parsley.
To make the honey-mustard dressing, whisk the ingredients together in a bowl until smooth. Divide the salad between the bowls and top with dressing. Serve immediately.
Categories: Fat Free, Grain Free, Nut and Seed Free, Raw, Lunch, Dinner, Salads, Holiday, Potluck, Celebrations, Kid Friendly
This item posted: 20-Jun-2023
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