Rainbow Cobb Salad

Written by chanie on October 3rd, 2013

Each year, the week that the Torah portion of Noah* is read, my kosher newsfeeds are flooded with rainbow cakes and crafts of all kinds. It’s fun to get the kids involved in the Shabbat menu but if I had it my way, I’d rather not load them up on food coloring. I’m guilty of creating these rainbow cupcakes last year, but this year I decided to think of something a lot less sugary, and a lot more healthy. Which is how THIS happened.

If you’re not familiar with Cobb salad, it’s a culinary classic, alongside the popular Nicoise and Caesar varieties. Classic Cobb salad is not kosher, as it calls for both bacon and blue cheese. In my kosher version, I subbed pastrami for the bacon and smoked turkey for the traditional grilled chicken. Incorporating popular Shabbat food like cold cuts, will make this rainbow salad a sure hit on your lunch menu. And with all the bright beautiful colors – you may just get your kids to eat it too!

*In the story of Noah, G-d promised never to destroy the world again with a flood, and as a symbol of that promise, he made a rainbow appear.

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  1. Hindy says:

    Love this idea! May have to do this for shabbat! I want to eat this now!

  2. Perfect for this shabbos!

  3. Beautiful and so fitting. I wish I had seen this before shabbat.

  4. Ronnie Fein says:

    One of my favorite Sunday brunch dishes

  5. Just gorgeous. I made it vegetarian once with Tempeh bacon so I could have the blue cheese.

  6. stephanie says:

    okay, i think this is the most beautiful salad i’ve ever seen!

  7. Your salad is gorgeous! What a smart take on the rainbow idea.

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