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

    Recipe #331587

    This is a Andrew Weil,MD recipe. This version has no oil making it extremely low in calories, but don't worry, it's very high in flavor!

    Recipe #166002

    My adaptation of a light salad dressing from the cookbook, "The New American Diet." I particularly enjoy this on a salad with baby spinach, wild rice or both.

    Recipe #149774

    Nutritional yeast is a godsend for folks who are vegan or those dairy-intolerant. I think this recipe gives traditional Caesar salad dressings a run for their money. Nutritional yeast is available in bulk in well-stocked grocery stores. I forgot the recipe source!?

    Recipe #143126

    A VERY easy picy and sweet dressing perfect over a mesculun salad! Tastes so expensive! You can make ANY TIME to brighten up a salad. T&T several times now, never fails!

    Recipe #139196

    This is so good that I make a bowl of this along with regular ranch for buffets and this one gets eaten up immediately by everyone. Perfect for a dip or salad dressing.

    Recipe #132916

    Diabetic and fat-free recipe. I got this from a Chinese diabetic book about foods that do not raise blood sugar level. Double the recipe as needed, but keep the ration 1 to 1 to 1/2 of miso to vinegar to sugar, or sweetner. Use as a dressing for vegetables or as a dipping sauce

    Recipe #127711

    8 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This recipe was adopted after Mean Chef (IHHDRO) left the site. His original comments were, "A very mustardy, robust dressing for salad greens. Can also be used as a marinade for fish. Recipe adapted from Mariel Hemingway." I first prepared it at the urging of Shelly, and wasn't sorry. My original review stated, "This is a very mustardy dressing. I followed Shelly's suggestion of reducing the mustard and adding more to taste as I blended the dressing. I used a dijon dressing and black olives, as this is what I had on hand. I also cut back the recipe to yield only enough for a couple of salads. I knew that my hubby wouldn't be interested, and wanted to make only enough for me to use in a day or so. The flavors are bright and fresh and really add to simple tossed salads. I like the fact that I am gaining the nutrition of the spinach in this dressing." This has become one of my favorite dressings.

    Recipe #106449

    This tastes similar to the brand, "Annie's Natural Goddess Dressing." It's also great for chicken and just about anything else you can dip into it. Try it as a sandwich spread. NOTE: The recipe can be adjusted to your own taste preferences; more or less garlic or onions, etc., until you find the perfect combination of tastes to suit your family. This recipe is a good foundation recipe. NOTE 2: When using the food processor, don't blend too long which incorporates air, making the dressing very thick. Just add a little water to thin it out.

    Recipe #95888

    The author of Eat Smart, Eat Raw says it makes the creamiest, yummiest dressing ever. I'll have to try it to see if she is right.

    Recipe #336850

    Posting to go with my recipe for Recipe #268470 and Recipe #268588.

    Recipe #268473

    I had this salad dressing many times during my stay at Duke Diet Fitness Center in Durham NC. It's low in calories and tasty. Serving Size = 2 T. Calories 10 Fat 0 Carbohydrates 2 g Protein 0 g Sodium 105 mg

    Recipe #267212

    For fruit salad. This is pretty closely based on the recipe from World's Healthiest Foods, whfoods.org.

    Recipe #239579

    I whipped this together the other day and the combo of flavours was really nice. The Mustard may have a smidge of fat in it, my jar said one serving had a gram of fat in it. I like the crunchy whole seeds of the whole grain Dijon. Hope you like!

    Recipe #222686

    Adapted from "Healthy Heart One Dish Meals" Tastes great and virtually fat free. I freeze chicken broth in ice cube trays, hence the number of cubes given in directions.

    Recipe #221668

    My family enjoys white salad dressings. In trying to eat healthier, I came up with this recipe, to our tastes. This recipe makes a dressing that you would probably spoon onto your salad, not pour. May be thinned with Yogurt, milk or water, I suppose.

    Recipe #220708

    A slightly sweet and tangy vinaigrette that is perfect with basically any lettuce!

    Recipe #220507

    Here's a recipe for a creamy vegan salad dressing I've been enjoying as a zestier, gluten-free alternative to Annie's Goddess Dressing. If you don't like the bite of raw garlic, try roasting or sauteeing the garlic first.

    Recipe #204506

    A delicious vinaigrette that is great for salad dressing, marinade for meat of roasted veggies, or add to sauted mushrooms to make them richer. From Simply Ming - cooking show on public television.

    Recipe #203872

    I'm always tinkering and creating new Japanese salad dressing. This is one them I created 7-8 years ago and very tasty. Umeboshi can be found in Japanese markets in the refrigerated section. It is often called pickled plums. However, ume is closer to small apricots. The size range from dime to 50 cent piece. Smaller dime sized umeboshi is usually very crunchy and should not be used for this recipe as there is not enough fruit and taste is lacking and briny. Ume flavor is very, very popular in Japanese cooking. You can find ume confection, ume rice crackers, ume candy, ume ice cream, ume pork chops, ume drinks, ume in various salad dishes, and of course, ume dressing like this. Umeboshi is loved by Japanese as much as tea and rice.

    Recipe #186070

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