cos lettuce

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Synonyms for cos lettuce

lettuce with long dark-green spoon-shaped leaves

lettuce with long dark-green leaves in a loosely packed elongated head

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[pounds sterling][cedilla] Arrange the dips with cos lettuce leaves, chicory and toasted
The corn-fed chicken comes with a celery puree and braised cos lettuce. Not a big fan of the bird, I opted for the pan-fried sea bream with baby fennel and tomato lime vierge.
1 head cos lettuce, washed and dried 3 baby cucumbers, sliced in rounds 5 ripe tomatoes, chopped 1 bunch purslane, removed from stem and washed carefully 1 bunch flat-leaf parsley, washed and chopped leaves of two sprigs of mint, washed and chopped 1 bunch spring onions, washed and cut into thin rounds 2 tablespoons sumac juice of 2 lemons - cup extra-virgin olive oil & oil for drizzling salt and black pepper 2 loaves khobez or Lebanese bread, cut into bite-size pieces Preheat oven to 200[bar]C.
My cos lettuce was nice and crispy and the seared chicken breast slices were juicy.
Ingredients Four large skinless and boneless chicken breasts Low-calorie cooking spray Eight back bacon rashers, visible fat removed, cut into thick strips 30g fresh Parmesan, grated Two little gem lettuces, leaves separated or one large cos lettuce, leaves torn into large pieces 200g cherry tomatoes, halved For the dressing: 200g fat-free natural fromage frais One garlic clove, crushed One level tsp mustard powder Juice of one lemon To make: Pre-heat your grill to medium-high.
And for the super health conscious they do dishes like their 'Superfood Salad' featuring potassium which supports the normal functioning of the nervous system and the salad includes a combination of crisp cos lettuce, tomato, cucumber and red onion.
4 ALSO known as cos lettuce, it is high in vitamin K - important in helping your blood clot and also to build strong bones.
Include a cos lettuce too, such as the gloriously sweet little gem that is useful for making Caesar salad.
Chicken fattoush Serves 4 Ingredients Juice of 2 lemons 2 tbsp olive oil 1 cos lettuce, chopped 2 tomatoes, chopped into chunks Small pack flat-leaf parsley, chopped Half cucumber, chopped into chunks 200g pack cooked chicken pieces (or leftover cooked chicken) 2 spring onions, sliced 2 pitta breads 1-2 tsp ground sumac Method 1 Pour the lemon juice into a large bowl and whisk while you slowly add the oil.
Mix 1 large handful of rocket, 1 large handful of pea shoots and 2 Little Gem or cos lettuce hearts cut into 8 wedges.
So to save a fall-out we both go for a wild card, Josie picking one of the four options on the specials board: crispy chicken thigh, sauteed chorizo and peas (PS7.50), while I go for the cold poached fillet of Scottish salmon, Cos lettuce, green bean and radish salad with sauce gribiche (PS8.50).
A TURKISH TWIST ON CHICKEN TO HAVE YOU HANKERING FOR A HOL SERVES 4 | 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts | 2 garlic cloves, crushed | 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon | 1/4 tsp ground allspice | 1 tsp black pepper | 1 tbsp olive oil | 3 tbsp lemon juice | 2 tbsp Greek-style yoghurt | 4 pitta or flatbreads | 1 handful, shredded iceberg or cos lettuce | 4 tomatoes, sliced | 8 radishes, sliced | Garlic mayonnaise 1.
BRAISED LETTUCE (Serves 6) 1 large cos lettuce, cut into 6 pieces, or 6 baby cos lettuce 150g pancetta or good quality bacon, diced 1tbsp olive oil 2 onions, chopped 5 garlic cloves, crushed 2 carrots, chopped 2 sprigs thyme, chopped Sea salt and freshly ground pepper 40ml dry white wine 500ml salt-reduced chicken stock Method Preheat oven down to 160C.
One crushed garlic clove; 1 tbsp lemon juice; 1 tbsp olive oil; six boneless, skinless chicken thighs, diced; four white or wholemeal flatbreads or tortilla wraps; four large cos lettuce leaves; two ripe tomatoes, sliced; one large pickled cucumber, sliced thinly lengthways.