52 Reviews

Definitely five stars. Made this with Mean Chef's Fettuccine Alfredo and Tracy K's brussel sprout recipe. Really terrific--liked how many anchovy fillets were used, really perked up the flavor, and I found the addition of both vinegars to add a whole other dimension to the caesar dressing. Thanks for posting this Evelyn!

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spatchcock January 11, 2004

Thank you! I was looking for a Caesar salad to serve with Shrimp Alfredo, and this was an awesome addition to the meal! The flavors blended beautifully. We did end up adding extra garlic, Worcestershire sauce and anchovies, only because my husband likes the extra 'zing'. I suggest using the side of a large knife to make the garlic & anchovy paste, it worked well for me. Thanks again!

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TheShields April 17, 2006

We loved it!!!! We cut down the amount of olive oil by 1/3 to increase taste and cut down on fat. It was so simple to mix up in the Magic Bullet and will definitely be a staple in our kitchen.

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marifaith January 09, 2011

I made this last night for dinner and I will NEVER buy boughten caesar dressing again. I whipped this up in the blender and it couldn't have been simpler. I followed you directions except I added black olives and grape tomatoes to the salad. Thank you for posting this delicious recipe.

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mommyoffour March 24, 2009

This is definitely a 5-star recipe. The blend of vinegars and lemon juice was perfect. My dressing turned out very garlicky, even with just 3 garlic cloves, but my cloves were plump and very fresh, so likely were more flavourful. I really enjoyed the garlic hit. The only ingredient change I made was minor: I subbed anchovy paste for the fillets. And I made this in my cuisinart, rather than whisking by hand. The dressing was easy to make, and was finished in minutes. I took this to a family dinner party honouring my MIL's birthday and watched as everyone cleaned their plates; the salad was a big hit. I also took my Zyliss grater to the party with me so I could cover the salad with freshly grated parmesan, which greatly contributed to both the taste of the salad and the look. Great recipe, Evelyn; it's in my permanent folder :-)

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Lennie September 28, 2003

this is my favorite salad too, and my youngest picky eater loves this. i used 1 raw egg instead of 2 yolks and also used 6 anchovies, mashed, served some whole on my portion- this is wonderful and the way i've always made it!

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chia July 09, 2003

Our new caesar dressing. Always made another one and DH loved this one. Used my hand bonder and it emulsified beautifully. Half a recipe was perfect for the two of us.

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adopt a greyhound March 09, 2014

Delish! We went to a tapas bar last evening and got their anchovies. . .but each only wanted a couple bites which meant leftover high quality lemon marinated anchovies. They were screaming to be made into Caesar Dressing!!! I just tasted the dressing and it's outstanding! I will use it tonight on a salad for sure. Thanks for this keeper of a recipe!

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JanuaryBride March 04, 2014

Wow! This is the best caesar dressing I have ever used! I added 1/2 tsp pepper, some extra dry mustard and 1 more clove garlic. I was amazed at how little vinegar and oil was used but WOW this dressing rocks!

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joannemuriel June 22, 2013

This was wonderful! Add some cooked salmon to it and we had a wonderful entree salad.

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Diane C #2 July 24, 2012
Caesar Salad