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    Anchovies and capers are two of my favorite things. This salad dressing might not be for everyone but that is ok... that leaves more for me. From Jamie Oliver's cookbook The Naked Chef.

    Recipe #196409

    6 Reviews |  By Geema

    This dressing is delicious on a Nicoise style salad of steamed green beans, fresh tomatoes, hard boiled eggs and baby greens. I love it on steamed broccoli also. Be adventurous and try this.

    Recipe #70590

    Shake Well before Using! Makes a great gift

    Recipe #149500

    This recipe is from "Ambrosia", a cookbook from Vicksburg, MS. Try this as a side dish for your social gatherings.

    Recipe #155106

    Low-fat and tastes good. Really good over a chicken and avocado salad or just a plain green salad.

    Recipe #152072

    This makes the most delicious dressing.

    Recipe #247679

    A friend's recipe, this is always a hit. Various nuts and cheeses can be substituted with ease. The dressing rocks!

    Recipe #222156

    A tasty and beautiful salad. You may choose to substitute the walnuts with almonds - just as good!

    Recipe #59829

    2 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This dressing is one of our favorites. It's creamy and packed full of flavor. Its very refreshing and is the perfect salad dressing for your summer salads.

    Recipe #241047

    If duck isn't your thing, use a rotisserie chicken, some cooked shrimp or maybe cold roast pork as a alternative. Or just enjoy the veggies alone.For really easy preparation use a mandoline.

    Recipe #189831

    These are a must to make for the holidays (or anytime) they are so simple to make! These can be made up to 4 days ahead and store in an airtight container. Can double the recipe. To spice the nuts up add in a pinch of cayenne pepper and about 1/2 teaspoon black pepper in with the sugar and salt, but that is only optional. Make certain to generously spray the baking sheet with cooking spray, I use recipe #78579

    Recipe #143813

    Based on a recipe from Bon Appetit. Very easy but impressive looking and tasting.

    Recipe #151799

    A tangy dressing that you only need to use a tiny bit of because it's richly flavored. It's fat free and wonderful! If you must, then you can drizzle a little olive oil into your salad after tossing it with this dressing but, honestly, it doesn't need it to make a delicious salad! Also a yummy dressing for sauteed tofu and vegetables. Enjoy!

    Recipe #23367

    2 Reviews |  By Cheld

    I make this salad for every barbecue or party that I attend, and I always get requests for the recipe. And, it's so easy to make! The balsamic vinegar adds a surprising tang to the salad.

    Recipe #185895

    Don't be scared off by the ginger juice - if you don't have it, just add some more minced ginger.

    Recipe #58806

    Not only is this a fantastic dressing for all kinds of salads even pasta salads, it also makes a wonderful meat marinade --- this dressing needs to chill for a few hours before using

    Recipe #168597

    A delicious dressing served over Greek Salad or over pasta. A very versatile dressing! A good marinade, too. Dressing is meant to be a little tart with a good olive oil flavor.

    Recipe #57642

    Ok -- since I'm always harping on you to buy that bag of salad, I thought I'd take you back to the basics with a garden salad. Now I know you're probably saying, "I don't need a recipe to tell me how to hack up a head of lettuce." You're right; you don't! But you just HAVE to try out that hacked up iceberg with a dressing you make from scratch. It's so much better than the bottled stuff and healthier too because you know EXACTLY what's in it! So today instead of a bag of salad, hack a leafy head. Trust me--tearing it apart is GREAT therapy after a hard day's work. Throw in some sliced cucumbers and radishes, and chopped scallions. Add some shredded carrots for color. Then stir up the dressing. This is VERY tasty! The only note I'll add is something Mom taught me years ago -- never ever ever cut lettuce with a metal utensil. It will make the leaves turn brown very quickly. Always chop lettuce with a plastic or plastic-like utensil or tear it up by hand.

    Recipe #236259

    Wonderful on salads or used as a dip for chicken or fries.

    Recipe #13228

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