Make a Grilled Wedge Salad That's Hearty Enough for DinnerSara O'Donnell
Hey, Grill Master! Isn’t it time you stepped up to the Grilled Wedge Salad?
Summertime isn’t getting any longer. And sure, you’re already a legend in front of the coals.
Your burgers and dogs make kids sit up straight. Even at the picnic table.
BBQ chicken doesn’t dare flare up on your watch. Not a chance.
Your baby back ribs don’t fall from the bone, they leap from it.
To steaks, chops and brats — Crosshatch is your middle name.
And veggies? Sure. You grill ’em. You’ve never met a corn on the cob, zucchini or artichoke you couldn’t make more mouthwatering. But up until now, your salad’s been nothing but tossed.
So Grill Master, it’s time you become a Wedge Master.
Take a Risk with This Irresistible Salad 1 of 7
This savory salad is a total crowd pleaser. Learn how to make it in just 5 simple steps!
Start with 5-ingredient Blue Cheese Dressing 2 of 7
Grab a Handful of Eggs 3 of 7
Hard-boil and peel 'em. Set them aside.
Chop Some Red Onion 4 of 7
Because real salads don't cry.
Don’t Forget the Bacon 5 of 7
Let's be honest: Bacon is an essential part of any wedge salad! For many, it's what makes the salad so appealing.
Grill Some Iceberg Lettuce 6 of 7
Here's what makes this salad so unique. What to do: Cut head of iceberg into 6 or 8 even wedges. Spray or brush lightly with cooking oil, just on the cut sides. Place on a hot, preheated grill for 4 minutes on each cut side. Serve warm or chilled — your choice!
Enjoy Your Masterpiece 7 of 7
Real grill masters take risks! Whipping up this hearty salad is the perfect opportunity to do so. What are you waiting for?
A hearty chunk of crisp iceberg lettuce, smoky bacon, hard cooked eggs and obligatory tomatoes, dressed with tangy Blue Cheese Dressing and a sprinkling of chopped red onion, if you please.