The best and easiest blue cheese dressing out of all the restaurants I have worked! We make it with Maytag Blue Cheese. The quality of the dressing is directly proportional to the flavor of the blue cheese. Try Sam's club for large amounts of blue cheese like Maytag, at a good price for the home cook.
I eat a lot of salad and I know that a dressing can make or break my enjoyment of one. I never use bottled dressing, YUCK! I like them fresh and preservative free. My husband especially likes this one. Not sure where it came from. Always use good quality ingredients!
I first tried a salad like this in a restaurant. I think my homemade version is much better. Hat's off to Luby for the outstanding recipe for Blue Cheese Dressing which is the only one I will eat now. I copied the recipe verbatim, and included all steps in making the dressing straight from Luby's recipe, #55514. This is my favorite salad in the summertime, reminds me of a BLT without the bread.
This recipe is similar to one used at California's North Woods Inn restaurant chain. Try this quick and easy recipe and you'll never go back to bottled bleu cheese dressing. (I haven't yet tried this, but wanted to save it.)
Found this in a magazine years ago and it is the best blue cheese dressing I have ever had. Made as is it is very thick which I like as a salad dressing but it is also perfect as a dip for veggies, pretzels etc. You can add more milk or water to make it thinner.
A little lower fat version than most bleu cheese dressings, with no taste taken away that I can tell. Treat yourself once in a while, and still stick to your diet! I recommend a really good veiny quality bleu cheese.
From the legendary Morton's Steak House. Simply amazing Blue Cheese Dressing. As much as I love to lighten things, this just isn't the same using light ingredients. This calls for Durkee's Famous Sauce, if you can't locate Durkee's, I have another recipe for a similar sauce called Mustard-Mayonnaise Sauce.
Cook time includes overnight chilling.