I had a large chunk of Blue Cheese that I had left over from a recipe that I used for entertaining. I didn't like Blue Cheese or the dressing UNTIL I tried this one. I actually licked my fingers while making it...I've been cooking for years and I've always used "the spoon test"; well, Luby, I abandoned my manners and licked away. :yummy: Update: My DH and I agree that this dressing is fabulous the same day it's made....we actually like it better about 2 to 4 hours, after being made, on the same day! Just try it yourselves!
five star dressing! Literally JUST made it and WOW, it's awesome. We're doing SBD, so I used reduced fat mayo, sour cream and buttermilk and guess what... It WORKS! DH says better than our fave restaurant. I can't wait till it sits longer for the flavors to marry. Thanks for posting Luby X3.
This recipe really impressed me. I served it with a simple lettuce and tomato salad. I found myself looking for veggies the next few days to use the rest of the dressing (it's also great as a dip for cucumbers, carrots, and broccoli).
This is my go-to Blue Cheese Dressing, whenever I make hot/bbq wings I make this, I use a larger container of Blue Cheese crumbles, and let the flavors marry in the refridgerator for as long as possible. Love it, hubby and I won't have home made hot wings without them.
A good recipe but not quite there to our taste. Maybe I just needed more cheese. Thanks for posting.
Clearly a keeper! I followed it exactly but the next time I'm going to boost up the garlic. Thanks for posting!
You know this is going to be a superior dressing when your BF wants to lick the spoon after you are finished mixing it up! He wanted some right away to dip some carrots and celery sticks in even though I told him it wasn't quite ready yet... he couldn't believe he had to wait 24 hours and ate it anyway! He loved it... and so did I. We don't like bottled dressings anyway and prefer to make them fresh... this one is just delicious. I only made half a recipe since it is only the 2 of us and I had bought about 4 oz of cheese. I didn't feel like grating an onion or mincing garlic so I used dried for both... This dressing was wonderful on our iceberg salads and will be terrific with chicken wings... Thanks for posting!!!
This was the absolute best dressing! We took it to a dinner party (I was in charge of salads) and it was a HUGE hit! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I don't think I will ever buy store brand Bleu cheese dressing again.
If RecipeZaar gave gold Stars this would be one of them. I 'really' do not care for store bought blue cheese dressing-they always have an acidic bite to them, so I used to just use ranch dressing and add blue cheese to it. That is not considered 'Made from scratch'. The only change I made was instead of adding 2 Tbsp, grated onion, I added 1 tsp. onion powder. This recipe is Fantastic!!!
I made this recipe exactly as written with no deviations. All hail to the Blue Cheese Gods! I do not give away 5 stars very often, but this recipe deserves at least a 6th star. Very creamy and flavorful, yet not overpowering. The seasonings are spot on and the sour cream and mayo give great flavor and texture without you saying, "Oh, that is mayo and sour cream." a very desirable attribute for a salad dressing that will be used on subtle flavors such as veggies.