6 Reviews

Wow, this is a great dressing. I substituted fresh oregano for the parsley and used half splenda and half sugar. Made an awesome salad adding feta cheese and diced fresh strawberries to lettuce from our garden. Grilled chicken breast would also make a very nice addition. I give it an A!

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hhs2 June 16, 2012

This was great, thank you! I have an electric stove so it ended up taking me at least 25 min. for the dressing to reduce (about the same as the recipe, but some warned it takes less). This was really sweet, but great!

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epmccart May 09, 2010

It's excellent. I like just sipping it at times. This is the first salad dressing that I'm willing to drench my salad in.

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ckwun June 19, 2008

Know I have a sweet tooth, so guess that's why I like this dressing so very much! Followed the recipe right through, & the dressing was finished cooking right at 10 minutes! A very tasty salad topping! Thanks for the recipe! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this Spring's Pick-A-Chef]

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Sydney Mike April 18, 2008

We were happy to find this recipe. So different. The original version is nice but we tweaked it a bit. We used frozen sweetened strawberries, omitted the sugar and added a Tbsp or so of honey and a @ 1 tsp. roasted sesame oil. So good.

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Clean Plate Club May 14, 2007

This was really nice. I would suggest watching the cooking time. I might be my gas range, but I cooked it about 8 minutes, and if it had gone on any longer, we would have had balsamic strawberry jam on our salads! Really tasty though. Thanks!

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AmandaInOz April 26, 2007
5 Star Balsamic Strawberry Salad Dressing