Salad is awesome, but here's how to make it even awesome-er (not a real word, unfortunately). Turn it into a roll! It takes your puny salad dinner and turns it into a quick, small, and delicious thing that is fun to make and eat!
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Step 1: Stuff
- Cutting Board
- Two Small Bowls
- Plate (if you wanted to put your salad rolls on it)
- Tooth Picks
- Lettuce (the kind with the big leaves, I used Romaine)
- Creamy Salad Dressing (I used Caesar)
- Shredded Cheese
- Bread Crumbs
- Favorite Things You Like To Put In A Salad
What I Put In My Roll (My Favorite Things That I Like To Put In My Salad) -
- Green Pepper
Step 2: Cutting It
First, grab all of your ingrediants, a knife and cutting board. There is a "backbone" (hint that I'm not a chef) on a leaf of lettuce (see picture). Carefully insert your knife in it and cut it off. Then, take all of your ingrediants and cut them into very small pieces. Very small. That's important.
Step 3: Roll It All Up
Now it's time to customize! Take your finely cut ingrediants, and place them near the edge of the lettuce leaf. Then, take a little creamy dressing and pour it on the ingrediants. This will help them stick together a little better. Then (if desired), sprinkle some cheese on top of the dressing. To wrap it up, take the end of the piece of lettuce with the ingrediants on it and slowly wrap it up (like a piece of paper). Then, take a toothpick and stick it all together.
Step 4: Rock and Roll
Finish and enjoy! The best way to enjoy it is to take a creamy dressing (I choose Ranch) and bread crumbs and put both of them into small little bowls. Then, you can dip the wrap in the dressing, and then in the bread crumbs. The dressing helps the bread crumbs stick to the wrap. Like the rest of this meal, it's customizable; you can dip the roll into a lot of dressing or a little, and the same thing with the bread crumbs. Enjoy!
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