Chop Chop Salad Recipe

I should have been born a man ~ my favorite meal is steak and fries.

So, I was pretty excited when we went to Ruth Chris Steakhouse last week.

If you've ever flown anywhere, you've probably spotted their ads in the flight magazines. Ruth Chris claims to serve the best steak you'll ever have the pleasure of eating.

They do! Though, it's a little anticlimactic.

They serve their steaks on a platter of sizzling butter. I mean... really... melted butter makes anything taste fabulous.

What truly impressed me was their signature Chop Salad. It was so delicious I begged and pleaded until the server literally threw up his hands, sat at our table and wrote out the recipe.

* The key to this yummy salad is to chop everything into tiny pieces. Refrigerate for about an hour after mixing with the dressing.
4 cups Romaine lettuce
1/2 cup fresh spinach
1/2 cup radicchio
1/4 cup red onions
* Chop these ingredients into thin slices.

1 cup mushrooms
2 hard-boiled eggs
1 small can hearts of palm
* Chop these ingredients into small pieces.

1/4 pound crisp-fried bacon
1/2 cup blue cheese

1/2 cup plain croutons
1/2 cup grape tomatoes, halved
Crispy fried onions

1/2 cup light sour cream
1/2 cup light mayonnaise
1/8 cup fresh basil, finely chopped
2 tablespoons lemon juice

It is out of this world...


Michele said...

This salad sounds yummy. Do you have any idea of how much it makes? How many cups and/or servings?
I live in New Mexico at about 6,000 feet and am having trouble with my yeast breads rising. Glad to have found your site; I'm going to try your Artisan Bread recipe.

Unknown said...

Thanks for the recipe...It was really delicious. I tweaked it and added a few green olives. Delicious! Thanks.

Kate/High Altitude Gardening said...

Hi, Michele;
This quantity serves about 6-8.

Hi, Stephania; Olives sound like a fab addition! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :D

Jake said...

Although I've only had the pleasure of enjoying this dish once at RC's, I've been thinking about it ever since! Thanks SO much for posting! Now where can I find a tube to keep it in for the same presentation....