A little “insider” trick that keeps your salad from wilting. | Fran Berger
When you have guests over, not only do you want your food to be appetizing and tasty, you also want your guests to be eager and happy to try every dish you serve. Here’s a simple idea for serving salad to your guests. You’ll dress your salad before your party, and it won’t wilt before they’re ready to eat.
When having guests over for dinner, I very often serve my favorite simple salad. The only exception is if the salad IS the center of the meal. Otherwise, keep it simple so that it doesn’t upstage the main course. Simplicity also helps solve the issue of wilting, which I'll get into in the video.
The biggest problem is timing: having the salad ready to serve but keeping the greens crisp and not EVER letting them wilt. There’s nothing worse than making a fresh salad too early, so the greens are soggy and wilted by the time your guests are reaching for the salad bowl.
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