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February 07 2019

Wedge Salad With Blue-Cheese Ranch Dressing

By Editorial Team
7 Comments

Salads can be as Big-Ass or as simple as mood and time dictate, but they always should be flavorful. We love this classic (and keto-friendly) recipe for a quick side or (topped with some bacon crumbles) a light lunch or dinner. The best part…it’s made with staple ingredients that are easy to keep on hand.

Bright, colorful, crisp and rich, it’s a great choice for a midweek family supper or even an impromptu dinner party.

Servings: 4

Time In the Kitchen: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

Instructions:

In a small mixing bowl, combine about 1 cup of Primal Kitchen Ranch Dressing with blue cheese. If you’d like a thicker dressing, add 1–2 tablespoons Primal Kitchen Mayo. Mix well and refrigerate.

Place iceberg wedges on 4 plates. Sprinkle evenly with tomatoes and green onions. Drizzle with blue-cheese ranch dressing.

Nutritional Information (without mayo):

  • Calories: 388
  • Net Carbs: 12 grams
  • Fat: 35 grams
  • Protein: 6 grams

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  1. I normally roll my eyes at recipes because of how complicated they are, but this is perfect. I love the idea of cutting the whole head of lettuce into wedges, this might actually make me eat “salad” more. :p

  2. Level it up with either anchovies or bacon bits

  3. Iceberg lettuce? Chick filA has banned it from its menu due to its low nutritional value. Maybe butter lettuce would be healthier choice? Or am I missing something?

  4. Why iceberg lettuce when so many more nutritious lettuces are available?

    1. Because it’s delicious and crunchy. Not everything has to be MAXIMUM NUTRITION. It can just be really enjoyable.

    2. Wedge salad by definition uses iceberg lettuce.
      If you don’t use iceberg, you don’t have a wedge salad, but rather a “wedge” salad (with the quotes).