Grilled Salad Recipe – Salad in a Skillet?

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Grilled salad is surprisingly delicious, and super easy when you simply char the lettuce and veggies in a skillet. I like a simple lettuce and tomato salad, but it can be boring, so jazzing up the flavors on the stovetop makes a nice change of taste. Heart of Romaine is ideal for this kind of skillet salad. Find more Chef Buck recipe ideas at

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  1. "Romaining intact", I see what you did there. About a year ago I started rinsing my chopped romaine because a couple times I saw mites on the cutting board afterward. Kinda freaked me out since I've never rinsed romaine up to that point. I'm interested in trying this but I think I'd have to coarsely chop it and rinse it first (and thoroughly dry it) but that might just ruin the effort.

  2. I love your charred salad idea! Coming from anyone else, maybe not. lol. But coming from you, Chef Buck, it's GENIUS!! 😁 Salad is something that I cannot live without. It is an absolute must for me, no matter what other unhealthy foods we are eating. lol

    ETA: We are in southeast Texas, and already have 15 various tomatoes on the plants we are waiting to ripen, plus lots of various types of lettuce and kale. I know what I am going to do when those 'maters turn red. Thanks!

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