Since 1924. Creator of the caesar salad. Before Caesar Cardini, there was no caesar salad. The name Caesar Cardini has been widely famous for quality since 1924, when his creativity led him to invent the caesar salad in his popular Tijuana restaurant. The uniqueness of his original caesar dressing recipe is reflected in today's extended line of Cardini's Salad Dressing flavors. Be sure to try all the other great tasting Cardini's Salad Dressings and Croutons.
To create Caesar Cardini's famous salad just break lettuce into 2 inch lengths. Add Cardini's Original Caesar Dressing, squeeze lemon over salad to bring out flavors. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese and pepper. Toss. Add croutons. Toss lightly and serve immediately. Refrigerate after opening. Shake well.
Contains: Eggs, Milk
May Contain: Fish
Serving Size: 2.0 tablespoons
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bottle
Features: No preservatives
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Servings: 24.0, Approximate
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Salad dressing name: Caesar dressing
Salad dressing base: Creamy dressings
Exterior container weight: 20.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 212-08-0566
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