Chefs have a few tricks up their sleeves to make salads so good. 

By Lisa Appleton
August 05, 2016

This article originally appeared on TheKitchn.com.

Have you ever tried to recreate your favorite restaurant salad at home? At the restaurant, it feels so special—there’s something about the crunch and the zip of the dressing that keeps you ordering it time and time again—but at home, even with what you’d think are the same ingredients, it falls flat.

That won’t be the case for long. Chefs have a few tricks up their sleeves to make salads so good. Take a peek behind the kitchen door with me and you’ll be making better versions at home. Here are seven simple tips for making restaurant-quality salads at home.

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