Total Time
30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

Years ago, there was restaurant called the English Room on Newbury Street in Boston. They would serve a big bowl of salad at every table with this wonderful dressing. I found this recipe a long time ago in one of the Boston newspapers.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix together sugar, dry mustard, paprika, celery seed, and salt.
  2. Add onion and grated orange peel.
  3. Blend in honey.
  4. Combine lemon juice, orange juice and red wine vinegar in seperate bowl; blend well; add to mixture.
  5. Add salad oil in a slow stream, beating constantly with a hand mixer or whisk.

Reviews

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This restaurant was on Newbury Street and since I worked on Boylston I went there at least twice a week for lunch. They gave me the recipe back in the 70s and I've been using it ever since. In fact, there is a bowl of it in my fridge right now. Best ever. BTW, since I rarely have orange juice in the house I omit it and it really doesn't make much of a difference.

MainiacMom April 09, 2016

I halved the ingredients and really enjoyed this over greens. Thanks Alan! Made for cookbook tag.

Sharon123 June 01, 2008

Excellent tasting salad dressing (if you enjoy sweet dressings, I do). Follow the instructions for blending the ingredients. I didn't and it was impossible to do. Ground paprika just doesn't mix well with honey.

sugarpea December 23, 2005

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