Good, quicky, and very tatsy! I added a teaspoon of worcestershire sauce for some extra flavoring. Thanks Inez, I plan on using this recipe from now on for my Ceasar Salads.
This is a very good recipe .. I like the fact that it's egg-free .. thanks for posting
This was a yummy salad! My husband is a huge caesar salad fan and loved this! I tripled this recipe for thanksgiving dinner. I used honey mustard and added roasted pine nuts. Perfection.
Perfect. I'd never made homemade Caesar dressing before & was delighted to see this one w/o any egg yolk. I used a spicy mustard and loved the kick it added. I whisked everything together & tossed - easy & delicious.
The proportions of lemon/oil/mustard/garlic in the dressing are perfect for many uses - for any salad and as a marinade for chicken/fish (grill and add to the salad!) I multiply the dressing by 10 and keep it in the fridge as an all-purpose vinaigrette (1 week max.). Also, although parm does add a salty taste (MizzNezz must have had this in mind as the recipe omits salt) I find that adding salt to taste in the dressing improves the salad. This is one of my family's favorite salads. They can't get enough - especially when the croutons are homemade from leftover baguette/olive oil/ garlic. Also - go ahead and be generous with the parmesan - you won't regret it. Yum yum.
Try adding roasted pine nuts to your Caesar Salad ! Perfection !!!
Eggless caught my attention so I had to give it a try. This was good but I did find it to be a little drier than I like my Caesar Salad to be. Next time I will increase the dressing mixture a little to compensate. I used my recipe for RJ's Homemade Spicy Mustard #65978 for the mustard which gave it a nice provactive zing and of course, home-made croutons..the only way to go. Thanks for sharing MizzNezz.