Healthy Greek Yogurt Caesar Salad Sammie

Thursday, October 4, 2012


We keep our dining table permanently outside so we'll eat there every night. Honestly, we spent the majority of nights this summer eating inside, sprawled out under the AC for reprieve from the intense heat and humidity. But the weather lately has cooled down and is amazing. Posting photos from our home and what we eat is almost like you all are here and I'm getting to cook for you!


My beautiful Okinawan friend, Sayah, hanging out with me this morning for breakfast {her first pumpkin pancakes}.


My kind of lunch. Cam introduced me to the joy of ceasar salads, but to avoid the unnatural hydrogenated fats in store bought dressing, I made my own with greek yogurt, lemon, apple cider vinegar, garlic, pecorino, salt and pepper. It was creamy, fresh and flavorful.

Greek Yogurt Ceasar Salad Sammie
{serves 2}

1/2 C Plain Non-fat Greek Yogurt
1/2 Lemon
2 1/2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 Garlic Clove, Minced
2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar 
1/3 C Freshly Grated Pecorino
Head of Romaine Lettuce, Chopped
1 Teaspoon Salt & Pepper
Baguette or your favorite bread 
Red Onion & Tomatoes

I actually meant to use a whole cup of yogurt, but I dropped it on the floor and lost half of it. Life of a klutz.

Squeeze the lemon into the yogurt, olive oil, garlic, apple cider vinegar, salt & pepper, and pecorino, reserving some of the cheese to top your salad. Mix together and add more salt or pepper as needed. Top on bread with more pecorino or eat as is.

19 comments:

  1. it is a little strange that it's 7am and I want this sammie a whole lot. but i do! sounds delish. one day i am coming to your house and gonna get so fat and happy (:

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  2. i am really excited to be real life friends with you one day soon, so Sarah better save some food for me.

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  3. This sammie sounds so delicious! Where do you find all of these amazing recipes that you post?

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  4. YUM. That sammie sounds amazing!! You know what I love best about your kitchen? I can tell your food is prepared with love. Your heart spills out on this little bloggy, even if it's food that youre posting about.

    Thanks for sharing Amanda! xox

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  5. sounds super delicious! i think i'll have to try your recipe for the dressing. we RARELY buy store-bought dressing, but i've never tried making caesar at home! now's a better time than ever :)

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  6. This looks delicious for a nice summer lunch - and I love that the home-made dressing is so healthy. Good all around!

    xxx
    Jenna

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  7. I just pinned this, definitely must make in the future! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Delicious!! I want that pancake right now ;)

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  9. Lyndsay,

    I make them all up myself! (:

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  10. This looks so yummy and so do those pumpkin pancakes!

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  11. I would keep the dining table outside as well!

    Great idea to fill the baguette with salad - I wish you lived at my house Amanda (or I lived with you.)

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  12. Yummy! Your recipes look delicious and your photography is right out of a magazine! Have a great weekend!

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  13. i have a big time love for caesar and always make mine from scratch...it is simply the best way!!! and i love the twist of your version...can't wait to try it...and as a sammie, too??!! yes, please :) XO brynn

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  14. How did you know the key to my heart was through caesar salad?! This recipe looks divine!

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  15. This looks so so yummy! On another note, my husband and I just got back from our Europe trip and we are thinking about venturing to Southeast Asia next - since he is back in night school we are looking at June after the school year ends. Any tips of locations to avoid because I know it can be rainy season in some places. Thanks in advance girl!

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  16. Yum! Can you please post a recipe for those pancakes?! Or have you done that somewhere else on your blog? I live in Kenya and although your recipes are AMAZING, we don't have half the ingredients you use here (especially the cheeses or greek yoghurt). BUt those Pancakes look totally doable!

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  17. Nikole,
    Hi all the way in Kenya!! I haven't posted my recipe for pumpkin pancakes yet but I will soon for you (:

    And thank you!

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  18. Yum! I'd love to try that dressing... I'm pinning it so I don't forget :-)

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