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    8 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian BH&G Diabetic Living to give that boring salad some zing and flavour. These are all 1 portion dressings and would take about 2 minutes each (have put prep time for making 1)

    Recipe #474044

    Easy to make and wonderful to have on hand. A real money saver. Great to give bottles of these great dry mixes as shower gifts.

    Recipe #27560

    I have never been satisfied with store bought or ranch dressing recipes. This one is thick, fresh tasting and doesn't have that "mayonnaise" flavor. Tastes very similar to that dressing from that famed "aussie" steak restaurant if you add paprika and cayenne to it. This is my own recipe and I had a party and served it with fresh veggies and it got rave reviews. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #59559

    This is a delicious salad dressing that is easy to make. I normally have all the ingredients in my pantry. I like to serve this dressing over a tossed salad with strips of green bell peppers, ripe black olives, cherry tomatoes and a little grated mozzarella cheese.

    Recipe #271567

    Recipe #40655

    Makes any salad great. Fresh is much better.

    Recipe #25324

    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

    5 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Have had this recipe for quite a while. Just recently it was served (by a caterer) at a luncheon I was at. They also added chinese noodles which gave it a wonderful crunch. I think that I will try it with candied pecans the next time I make it.

    Recipe #26869

    Very easy to prepare and taste wonderful!

    Recipe #320673

    This is great to serve as a dip with fresh veggies. Excellent dressing for green or mixed veggie salad

    Recipe #24020

    This fat free dressing came about when my nephew fell in love with the sweet onion dressing used by Subway on their Chicken Teriyaki sandwich. I found a base recipe on the Internet and then used the base to create what my nephew swears is the 'real deal'.

    Recipe #293686

    This is the salad dressing I was raised on. It's super simple to make, and delicious--especially for garlic lovers! I've never really measured the ingredients, so it's best to use the list below as a basic guide and adjust ingredients to suit your particular preferences.

    Recipe #81862

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    For leafy green salads or sliced cucumbers and tomatoes. Doubles as a tenderizing marinade for barbecuing meat. (Use 1/3 c dressing in a plastic bag to marinate 1 lb meat. Use beef stock when marinating beef.)

    Recipe #29307

    Quick, easy, healthy dressing that lasts extremely well in the fridge. Serve on a crisp green salad and top with croutons.

    Recipe #14864

    This is my husband's favorite italian dressing. It is a recipe from a friend. The longer it sets the better it gets.

    Recipe #286243

    I love blue cheese dressings and this one from the Seattle Times is very good. The cayenne adds an extra punch. I like my blue cheese dressing chunky, so I didn't bother blending this in the food processor.

    Recipe #282431

    Very easy - and VERY good!

    Recipe #281316

    Creamy Asian-inspired dressing.

    Recipe #249814

    Very flavorful dressing for crisp greens or vegetable salads.

    Recipe #34649

    This is a great ranch dressing mix, which is lower in sodium and without the preservatives found in the commercial brands. This dressing mix not only makes a good salad dressing and dip, it is also good as a sauce on cooked vegetables, baked potatoes, fish, poultry and meat. This recipe makes 1/2 cup of the dry mix, or enough to make 8 cups of the finished dressing. You can make the dry mix up in larger quantities and package it in small decorative jars just large enough to hold one recipe for holiday gifts. When wrapping the jars of the mix, you could include a copy of the recipe and the ingredients for making more of the dry mix. This way if the recipient likes the dressing, they can make more of it for themselves and share it with even more friends. Recipe is from Cook It Light.

    Recipe #261991

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