Just like a dressing from an old favorite restaurant of mine. Great with any type of salad, particularly those made with spinach or field greens. In fact, I usually serve this salad quite simply- just tossed field greens and thinly sliced cucumber. Sometimes I add thinly sliced granny smith apples as well for a nice crunch.
Simple 3 ingredients from Bubbe's Kitchen with Love, Orange County, CA. So easy and quick for a single portion of salad dressing for for a condiment for chicken or fish or even for a veggie dip after school.
I just saw this recipe on her show, and had to try it out! It is delicious, refreshing, and brightens up any salad. Simple ingredients that you always have on hand. No need to buy premade bottled dressing when you can make it for cheap at home, and tastes much better!!!
This is very good basic salad dressing. The type of vinegar you use totally determines the character of it. For example, I really like an assertive local herb vinegar for summery salads. For versatility, you can't go wrong with a standard balsamic.
When I don't have the time or inclination to look up a recipe this is the salad dressing I make. I always have all the ingredients and I can change it up to match what I've put in the salad. I keep this in the fridge for up to a week and just bring it to room temperature and whisk again before serving.
I was hosting a baby shower one day, and one of the guests offered to bring a caesar salad. She forgot to bring the salad dressing! I didn't have any of the bottled stuff so I threw this together. I don't put any egg in the sauce itself, but I serve the salad with bacon bits and hard boiled, chopped up eggs on top. I also HATE anchovies. So you won't find any in here. If you like them, you will have to figure out on your own how much paste to use!
A great salad dressing with a nice tangy flavor. The taste compliments lasagne, spaghetti, and other similar Italian dishes. Tonight I tried some leftover sauce on a salad of baby spinach and romaine with crumbled albacore tuna--it was fabulous. I at least double the recipe every time I make it because 1/3 cup just isn't enough. From Cuisine at Home.
My co-worker stops at the Mi Tierra restaurant in Ridgeland, SC on her way to work every night and gets take out. They always include their homemade chips and guacamole dip. I hate guacamole, but this dip is the absolute best. They won't part with the recipe, so I worked on it a bit and I think this is it.