Industry News | December 8, 2016

Salata Adding Ricotta Salata to December Menu

Salata is introducing Ricotta Salata to this month’s menu. Ricotta Salata is an Italian cheese made from the whey part of cow’s milk. Ricotta means re-cooked and Salata means salted. It’s pressed, salted and aged for 30 days, giving it a pleasant milky flavor with a hint of salt.

At Salata, guests are able to customize their own salad to fit the mood they are in that day. But Ricotta Salata fans are encouraged to come by soon. This special topping will only be available through December 31.

Some popular Ricotta Salata combinations include:

Salad 1: spring mix, Ricotta Salata, red onion, tomatoes, lemon vinaigrette, salmon

Salad 2: kale, Ricotta Salata, cranberries, walnuts, balsamic vinaigrette, grilled chicken

Salad 3: Salata mix, Ricotta Salata, cucumber, red onion, tomatoes, black olives, fresh herb vinaigrette, falafel

And if Ricotta Salata isn’t your favorite, don’t fret. More than 50 fresh toppings and 10 house-made dressings are always available to create your perfect salad or salad wrap every day.

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