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How to Build Caesar Salad Skewers

These Caesar salad skewers are easy enough for kids to make, but fun to eat at any age.

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Who Even Needs a Bowl?

A big bowl of lettuce is never as enticing as you wish it were, no matter your age. That's why we've reimagined classic Caesar salad as a fun, dippable snack.

 

By Rupa Bhattacharya and Clifford Endo Gulibert for Food Network Kitchen

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The Ingredients

You'll need a couple of romaine hearts, crusty bread, a block of Parmesan, a few eggs and, of course, wooden skewers.

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Prepare for Skewering

Start by coring the romaine hearts and separating them into leaves. Then, cut the bread into cubes and fry the cubes with a little bit of butter or oil until crispy and brown on all sides. Hard-boil the eggs and cut them into quarters. Lastly, you'll want to shave the Parmesan into strips using a vegetable peeler.

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Roll the Romaine

Roll the romaine leaves lengthwise into a cigar shape, as pictured.

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