I think I mentioned that my boyfriend complains the fridge has all condiments inside. Is he trying to say there's nothing to put them on, or that there's simply way too many? I suppose I could just ask him, but adding more until he spills the beans sounds more logical.
This recipe comes from my great aunt, who always has delicious homemade salad dressings when we eat at her house. This one can be low fat if you use lower fat ingredients. The serving size is an estimate.
I developed this dressing years ago, and I can honestly say that you won't be able to keep your spoon out of the fridge for a taste, it is *that* good! --- although I do think the dressing is better with the anchovy it can certainly be made without them. In a pinch I have even substituted buttermilk for the half and half cream, just use about the same amount --- this dressing gets stronger with refrigeration time so a small amount of fresh garlic goes a long way! ---- usually one recipe without doubling is perfect for one large romaine lettuce, if you are serving a large crowd of people you might want to double -- salad dressing will not work for this use *only* mayonnaise, I find Hellman's brand mayonnaise works the best and for the perfect companion to this salad see my recipe#125034-------------LOWER-FAT OPTION use reduced fat mayonnaise and fat-free half and half or low-fat milk --- also see my recipe#66596
On a trip to New Orleans, we had lunch at a delightful little restaurant named the Ugly Dog Saloon and BarBQ. Those at our table loved their Cole Slaw and it's delicious dressing. The waitress graciously copied the recipe for us from the kitchen wall. Her version started with one gallon of mayonnaise, but I have scaled it down! Cooking time is for chilling, if desired.
This dressing must chill for 6 or more hours before serving don't even think about serving it right away as the flavors intensify with chilling time, even better if made a day ahead, I have left the Parmesan as optional you may add in or omit, you may adjust all amounts to taste.
This is the salad dressing I grew up with that my mom created. As a child, I didn't realize there were any alternatives. To this day, my mom's salad dressing is still a favorite. Very simple to prepare. If you make it a little ahead of time, it will allow the flavors to blend. I hope you enjoy it!
This fabulous recipe comes from a girl I do catering with. It is her signature salad dressing and is requested all the time. Enjoy this with a summer salad of lettuce, cucumber, red onion, cherry tomatoes and some nice garlic croutons! Delicious
I LOVE this dressing on a salad of mixed greens, onion, tomato, cucumber, green pepper, celery....oh, heck...just about anything!!! I created this one a while back when I was experimenting to find a good dressing without oil, and I have been using it ever since. If I am making only a single-serve salad, I estimate the amounts and add more swetener or spices to fit my taste. Super-healthy and super-tasty!!!
Copied and pasted off the Internet - a great, easy way to sling more recipes against the Recipezaar wall and to quickly inflate your statistics without much effort or consumption of time. Heck, you don't even need to know how to spell!
I got this recipe off Copykats. It's really yummy and perfect for dips for chicken nuggets, french fries, or veggies. It's also delicious on sandwiches. I used Grey Poupon's Mild and Creamy Dijon mustard. Also, cook time is time in fridge. It will stay fresh for several weeks.
This is a sweet tasting vinaigrette that is great for salads and easy to make and is lo-carb tho it works well with sugar too. Step one is important for the sugar/splenda to disolve. You can add spices if you like.