Cobb Salad with an Herb Vinaigrette

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Simple to make Cobb Salad with an amazing Herb Vinaigrette

Up close photo of bowl of cobb salad including goat cheese, tomatoes, avocado, hard-boiled eggs, crispy bacon, edamame, and roasted cornCobb salads are always one of my go-tos when ordering a lunch salad at a restaurant — I love a good Cobb Salad! So I’ve combined all of my very favorite ingredients I’ve had in past cobb salads to bring to you my take on an ultimate Cobb Salad.

So first off, a What is a Cobb Salad? it’s a main-dish American garden salad and typically has lettuce, veggies, hard-boiled eggs, avocado, cheese, chicken, avocado, cheese, and either a vinaigrette or a bleu cheese dressing. But nowadays there are hundreds of variations on this salad including the one I’m sharing today. Also if you’re wondering about the difference between a cobb salad and a chef’s salad, the two are very similar as they both have lettuce, cheese, and meats (typically bacon, chicken breasts, and/or ham), and hard-boiled eggs. However, a Cobb salad usually also has avocados and tomatoes. (More history on the differences of the two salads can be found here).

 
Up close photo of left side of bowl of cobb salad including goat cheese, tomatoes, avocado, hard-boiled eggs, crispy bacon, edamame, and roasted corn
 
One question I get frequently is how to copycat the chick-fil-a Cobb salad. Here are my recommendations:
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    1. I’m so glad to hear this! It’s a favorite at my house too! I hope you continue to enjoy! 🙂

  1. Wasn’t sure why there was no egg or avocado, plus there was fried instead of grilled chicken on my Cobb Salad from the drive-thru. A little disappointed. ????

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