Caesar Salad: What is its origin? | News from Mexico | News from Mexico

Caesar Salad: What is its origin? | News from Mexico | News from Mexico
Caesar Salad: What is its origin? | News from Mexico | News from Mexico

Last July 4th, the Caesar salad turned 100 years old. This dish is one of the most popular and basic in restaurants, thanks to its freshness and lightness, which many people love. But do you know where it comes from? We’ll tell you about it below.

Caesar salad is a dish containing romaine lettuce, diced chicken breast, croutons (toasted bread pieces), olive oil, egg, Worcestershire sauce, anchovies, garlic, Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese and black pepper.

It is said that the Caesar salad was invented in Tijuana, Mexico, by Caesar Cardinand one Italian immigrant. Cardini invented the cymbal on July 4, 1924 in his Caesar’s Place restaurant, in Tijuana, Mexico.

It was a hot night, the story goes, and Cardini was struggling to feed an influx of Californians who had crossed the border fleeing Prohibition. In the middle of the dining room, Cardini mixed whole leaves of romaine lettuce with ingredients he had on hand, including garlic-flavored oil, Worcestershire sauce, lemons, eggs and Parmesan cheese.

Over time, the Caesar salad has undergone several changes.

 
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