Cobb Salad

Some say cobb salad was invented as a way to use up leftover ingredients: lettuce, tomatoes, avocados, cooked chicken or turkey, hard-cooked eggs, green onions, crumbled bacon, and blue cheese. Get our favorite cobb salad recipes and dressings, then experiment with your own takes on cobb!

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Chicken Cobb Pitas

To speed up this 25-minute no-cook sandwich even more, you could start with pre-cooked bacon and hard-boiled eggs. Then all that's left is some measuring and chopping and you're ready to eat.

Cobb Salad

Make a classic Cobb salad with beets, cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, avocado, and crumbled bacon. It makes a filling dish for lunch--or any time!

BLT Salad with Buttermilk Dressing

Who says a BLT has to be a sandwich? Not us! Grilling the romaine gives the salad a more subtle texture and a slightly smoky flavor, but you can leave it raw if you prefer.

Southern Cobb Salad

A creamy cheese dressing pulls together crisp fried chicken, black-eyed peas, sweet peppers, and pecans for a satisfying salad.

Steak Cobb Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette

Loaded with beef sirloin steak, bacon, avocado, cheese, and more, this salad won't leave you hungry!
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Cobb Salad Hoagies

We used the classic cobb salad ingredients to make this hearty dinner sandwich.

Cobb-Style Salad

Made famous at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, this chicken and avocado salad continues to win accolades.