Miracle Whip dressing

Introduced at the Chicago World's Fair in 1933 and named for an emulsifying machine invented by Charles Chapman, Miracle Whip was a blend of mayonnaise products and less expensive salad dressing. The "Miracle Whip" emulsifying machine ensured that pre-measured ingredients (including more than 20 different spices) could continuously enter the appliance and become thoroughly whipped and blended. Miracle Whip is a spoonable salad dressing and sandwich spread.

Ethnicity: American

Season: available year-round

Substitutions: mayonnaise

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