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    Salad Dressing


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    This recipe came from Justin Wilson's cooking show. It is a really tasty homemade dressing.

    Recipe #46607

    4 Reviews |  By CFRP

    California Pizza Kitchen has a Thai Crunch salad that combines the Thai Peanut Dressing and a Lime Cilantro Dressing. I prefer to use only the recipe for the Thai Peanut Dressing, found in the CPK cookbook, to accompany my Chinese Chicken Salad (cabbage, romaine, steak or chicken, crushed peanuts, shredded carrots, pepper and cucumbers). It is absolutely DELICIOUS and very easy to make. I usually double the recipe and store any leftover dressing in the fridge.

    Recipe #383202

    Found this recipe on ourbestbites.com. Delicious and sweet!

    Recipe #514680

    My wife brought home a tremendous dressing from a deli by her work. I tried numerous times and finally was able to duplicate the taste. This is an incredible dressing. Lots of requests for it from the family and it is healthy!

    Recipe #272736

    11 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The delicious yogurt dressing in this recipe is flavored with mint, and the salad goes very well served with a spicy meal. It was adapted from a recipe in a Fine Cooking publication. Note: the dressing requires chill time. Be sure to make the salad ahead of time. The chill time is not included in the preparation or cooking time listed.

    Recipe #141443

    This recipe will make a quart of creamy, delicious dressing for your favorite salads and vegetables. Recipe is from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #294627

    My favourite salad dressing and so easy to make! You can find mirin at any Asian grocery store.

    Recipe #331587

    My fabulous stepmother, Jan, has made this salad dressing for years, and everyone she serves it to just loves, loves loves it! She can't serve this, without almost everyone at the table begging her for the recipe; thus, the name I blessed the recipe with! :-) This is a bit of a sweet dressing, so it goes particularly well in a green salad, with a sliced fruit (like strawberries). Try a salad of mixed greens, feta cheese, sliced strawberries, and walnuts or pecans, as this makes a beautiful and delicious salad! I have also used it on a number of other types of salads, as well, and it works beautifully with most combinations! The recipe calls for vegetable oil, only because it keeps better in the fridge (when you make a generous amount to keep on hand all through the week, which I highly recommend), but you can also make it with olive oil, or an oil of your choice. I use almost no other salad dressing now! Thank you, Jan, for a real gem!

    Recipe #192863

    My Dad is very fond of a creamy sesame dressing found in Japanese restaurant near him and has asked me if I can come up with something close to it. I tasted it, tasted it, and tasted it and came to a conclusion that it's a commercial based salad dressing with raw eggs, very sharp vinegar taste reminiscent of kewpie mayonnaise taste and something else I could not pinpoint. That salad dressing is good, but when you taste it by itself, I realize there were lots of stablizers, preservatives, and chemical taste that I did not like. But still, I had to come up with something for Dad because he was paying $5 for a cup of this dressing and he was going through it quickly. This is my rendition and I think much tastier one that I am proud of. You can easily grind roasted sesame seeds in coffee grinder for 1 second or you can mortar and pestle. It should only be partially ground

    Recipe #252395


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