I usually use mayonnaise but I have a few recipes that require the extra kick of Miracle Whip. Since I always have mayonnaise on hand, this recipe allows me to make only the required amount of Miracle Whip. I started with the Miracle Whip recipe from Top Secret Recipes. Miracle Whip is more tart than Mayonnaise but adding a vinegar mixture makes the resulting dressing too thin. This recipe solves that problem.
I used Hellman's Mayonnaise and I have also made the diet version with Hellman's 1/2 Fat Mayonnaise.(Serving size: 1 tbsp)
This is the easiest tapenade recipe as there are no anchovies or capers involved. It can work as a dip, spread for sandwiches. I like to eat it with roasted or boiled potatoes. Use the olives of your choice. Black olives have an intense flavor and are very salty, kalamata olives are sweeter and very tasty. Extra virgin olive oil works best for this recipe.
A fabulous and trend setting salsa just right for tortilla chips or served as a complement to grilled, roasted, or sautéed meats or poultry.
Category: Appetizers, Dips & Salsa
Think Variety; Think Color:
uCps of Fruits and Vegetables per Serving: 1 ½
Reliable, fast method resulting in perfectly tart lemon curd. Delightful spread on toast or scones or use for filling baked goods. Be careful not to boil or overcook or it may separate. You can substitute limes, tangerines, oranges or unsweetened cranberry juice. See instructions below on how to can.