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    Says Chef Eliot Barton of Mangia Mangia restaurant in Key West, "This is the only dressing available at Mangia Mangia." He recommends using high quality vinegars and olive oils and adds, "The little bit of water reduces acidity but retains the fine flavor of the vinegar. Inexpensive vinegars are already too diluted. Look for vinegars in the range of 6 % acidity." From "The Florida Keys Cookbook"

    Recipe #369740

    Very refreshing! I had a Cucumber Salad at a local Thai restaurant and tried to duplicate it. This has a nice little kick!

    Recipe #453523

    This is an easy, comforting recipe that only uses 5 ingredients!

    Recipe #153075

    There was a chain of Italian restaurants in the Columbus, Ohio area that had this awesome salad as their house salad. I don't like blue cheese, so asked for it to be omitted, but loved the combination of bacon, lettuce and dressing. When the salad was brought to the table, they then offered fresh ground black pepper. I think this recipe was posted in the Columbus Dispatch Newspaper. NOTE: Due to this being a restaurant recipe, it makes a alot of dressing, about two cups, so you might want to cut the amount of dressing to 1/4 or 1/2 of this recipe.

    Recipe #222166

    If you like Basil then you will like this salad. With the final seasoning check I sometimes add a bit of lemon juice, and I like small new potatoes best for this salad

    Recipe #53713

    Easy and delicious dressing. Salad-haters tell me that they will eat a whole bucket of salad as long as it has this dressing on it. I have also brushed this dressing onto homemade pizza dough (in lieu of tomato sauce) when I make pizza at home. Note: If you do not have any red wine vinegar you can substitute a tablespoon of red wine (any kind will do) with a splash of regular vinegar. (Not really a new idea; just an easy substitution!)

    Recipe #428819

    Fabulous...FABulous...FABULOUS original creation from Mel's Kitchen Cafe. Note: For a slightly lighter and zestier dressing replaced some of the mayonnaise with lowfat or regular plain yogurt.

    Recipe #480686

    10 Reviews |  By Geema

    This healthy salad has lots of taste and eye appeal. Add more or less jalapenos to suit your own heat preference. Most people like it this way and I serve some hot sauce on the side for the heat lovers.

    Recipe #52221

    A little fresh basil in the dressing brings this make-ahead salad up-to-date. Substitute torn romaine lettuce for the spinach, if you like. For a dramatic presentation, serve this salad in a clear glass bowl. The salad must refrigerate for 5 hours, which is included in preparation time. This recipe is by Kraft.

    Recipe #304374

    This recipe was handed down from my aunt and now I'm not invited to get togethers unless I bring this along.

    Recipe #31546

    This makes about 1 cup and is the perfect alternative to creamy Caesar dressings. I use this on my Recipe #484939 but it also makes a great bread dipper.

    Recipe #484938

    delicious on salads or as a marinade

    Recipe #484607

    Mexican spicy tuna salad made with shredded lettuce, shredded carrots, white onion, serrano chile and avocado. Makes for a light and cool meal. Is served on saltine crackers or tostadas http://mexicanfoodie.com

    Recipe #484229

    This salad is a twist on the classic salade nicoise with tuna. This can be individual servings or arranged on a platter and served family style. Nicoise olives are a small purplish-black variety or kalamata olives can be substituted. Add crusty french bread for a lovely meal. This recipe was adapted from a popular cooking magazine and posted for the 2006 Zaar World Tour - FRANCE.

    Recipe #175289

    I am not sure where I got this recipe from, I think one of my sisters. It is so good and crunchy, it is addictive.

    Recipe #222441

    A popular Bob Evans salad. If you want to make it healthier, sub the breaded tenders for grilled.

    Recipe #481793

    I just love cooking my fresh shrimp in the hint left from the bacon in this recipe. Makes for a lovely lunch or light dinner! From Cooking Light with one minor change....my non-stick skillet states not to use cooking spray, so I've eliminated that and left a bit of oil to cook with. If you have another type of skillet, feel free to wipe the skillet and spray with oil before cooking the shrimp.....personally I prefer to leave a bit of that bacon flavor!

    Recipe #480579

    I started tossing ingredients together, this is the finished recipe. We loved it!! Perfect for large gatherings and potlucks!

    Recipe #481298

    This came from 57 Easy Low Carb Vegetable Salads. I have not tried this, just posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #481129

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