1romaine lettuce — lechuga romana femenino
- Rina stabbed some romaine lettuce with her fork.
- Start with dark-green lettuce (such as romaine or red leaf), and choose vine-ripened tomatoes for the most flavor.
- Determined chefs go out of their way to find the freshest, most tender heads of romaine lettuce available.
- We were pleasantly surprised: the romaine was crisp and cold, the dressing light and tangy.
- These assortments of easy-to-use greens include small, colorful favorites like romaine and green leaf lettuce and radicchio.
- But spinach is as close as most people get to dark leafy greens, and some never get beyond romaine lettuce.
- The romaine doesn't conflict with the other ingredients, as it's a very subtle-tasting green.
- A slick of house-made dressing over crisp romaine balances fragrant garlic and anchovies with the tang of lemon.
- He had made a light salad of romaine lettuce, almond slivers and raisins in a wine vinegar dressing to start.
- Even a romaine wedge arrives in interesting form, its blue cheese dressing set off by cucumbers topped with a jalapeño-pickled olive relish.
- Meanwhile, rip up the romaine lettuce into bite-size pieces and place in a large bowl.
- Is romaine lettuce standard for a chef's salad?
- Turn over a new leaf with romaine, radicchio, arugula, bok choy, watercress, frisée and mesclun (a mix of baby lettuce leaves) and mix them.
- Even better, chow down on good sources of folate: spinach, romaine lettuce, broccoli, orange juice and green peas.
- The Caesar salad was nice, with romaine lettuce, Parmesan cheese and crisp garlicky croutons in a lemony vinaigrette.
- Sturdy lettuces like romaine make great wraps, too, and there's no better filling than Korean barbecue.
- The most colorful vegetables (spinach or romaine lettuce rather than iceberg, for example) pack the most punch.
- The romaine was crisp and full of bite, the vinaigrette was tangy but not overpowering and the freshly shaved Parmesan bound it all together in perfect harmony.
- Place the romaine lettuce, avocado, cabbage, onion rings and chicken in a large bowl and toss all ingredients to mix well.
- It doesn't take much to turn a head of romaine or a prepacked bag of greens into a gourmet first course.