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So, so good! Awesome dressing which makes a simple salad sensational. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Love, love, love this salad. The dressing is delicious (I did use the anchovy paste). I like that the salad was simple and the dressing stood out as the star. I ended up using romaine lettuce, since that is what I had on hand.
Yummy good! Shades of pesto and quite tasty as a veggie dip. All in all, I'd prefer tarragon, but this is a refreshing change.
This was excellent and full of flavour. And yes, it does make a lot! I'm thinking it would also make a lovely dip, certainly good for using up the extras. I didn't use the anchovies just because I have a child who hates them, and I didn't miss them. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe!
This was a nice change from the Italian dressings I usually make at home. I used low fat mayo and sour cream and it still came out creamy and smooth. I also used iceberg lettuce because I had it on hand. It was a great way to use up some of the basil that is growing like crazy in my garden! Thanks for posting!
Took this to an office lunch were it was well received. Made with out the anchovy paste and used fat free sour cream. This makes lots of dressing, because I was taking it to work I carried the dressing on the side and let people put there own on and carried quite a bit home. Have been asked to bring it next time we do a salad bar lunch. Thanks for the post.
Unanimous 5 stars from all diners. Really delicious dressing. A few notes: this makes a lot of dressing---I halved the recipe and had enough for salad for four one night, salad for two another night, and there's leftover dressing in the fridge; I did not use anchovy paste but did have anchovies served with the salad--adds great flavor; I used Greek yogurt instead of sour cream and thus had a very thick dressing which I thinned a tiny bit with a touch of skim milk--still rich and velvety. Great stuff, Sharon!!