Recipies with lettuce
|Asian Salad with Parmesan, Dried Beef and Apple Chips||Easy||65.6||Zinfandel||Saveurs du Monde|
|Asian-inspired chicken salad with Virginia peanuts||Easy||66.1||Zinfandel Rosé||Saveurs du Monde|
|Asparagus Ragoût||Easy||42||Zinfandel||Saveurs du Monde|
|Asparagus, Alsatian-Style||Easy||48.3||Zinfandel||Saveurs du Monde|
|Black Truffle Salad||Easy||150.2||Saveurs du Monde|
* This information is for illustrative purposes only. Your cooking techniques and products used can significantly change the nutritional values of your recipe.
The principles of storing and preparing lettuces remain pretty much the same for all varieties, whether butter lettuce, romaine or other kinds.
Do you have midges?
Add one or two tablespoons of white vinegar to your washing water and the little insects will float like magic to the surface. Pour off the water and it's done!
Is your lettuce looking a bit downcast?
Immerse it into lukewarm water, then into ice water to produce a thermal shock; you'll restore all its vitality.
Always wash your lettuce just before coming to the table.
Always dress your salad greens at the last minute, otherwise the vinaigrette may cause them to wilt. The exception is fairly sturdy leaves (certain chicories, for example) that appreciate being tossed in advance so they can leisurely imbibe the tangy dressing.
Lettuce shuns cold
Lettuce is fragile and prefers the vegetable crisper of the refrigerator. It won't stand up to freezing. Do you have so much that you risk losing it? Then place it in bags and freeze it. You can use it like a green vegetable, or do as the Asians and chop it into soups.