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I will never buy the boxed stuff again... this is too easy and too good! Thank you so very much!!
Wow! I love this mix. I use it mainly for To Die for Crock Pot Roast To Die for Crock Pot Roast and it works out perfect!! I made alot of this batch,,,,64 tablespoons,,,and put it in a quart size ziplock and used 2 1/2 tablespoons for the pot roast. It was awesome. Thank you so much for this inexpensive mix to make at home. I don't use the ground thyme,,,so i used regular and after I made the batch I put it in my food processor to chop it. I did make the dressing once,,and My daughter liked it,,,just asked for me to chill it next time, so I know it's good dressing but I usually make this specifically for the pot roast.
Great mixture, use the seasoning for flavouring roasted veges, salads and meat. Thanks for posting
This is good stuff. I used it to make Good Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing (Good Balsamic Vinagrette Dressing) and it turned out delicious. The only change I made was to add splenda instead of sugar. I'll definitely be using this from now on...no more store bought. Thanks BeachGirl
I love the salad dressing packets but always forget to buy them. I love that now I can make my own and even vary them according to my mood and my pantry. Thanks for posting. I replace the salt and celery flakes with celery salt and I add a tablespoon of paprika for the colour.
I don't use many factory mixes. I can't pronounce half of the chemical ingredients and have no idea of what they are. I wanted to make a Shrimp Dip for our afternoon card game. ( Marie Easiest Shrimp Dip Ever) I used this in its preparation. It was LUSCIOUS! I only have a vague idea of what package is supposed to taste like but this was wonderful. Thanx!
Pure convenience that enabled me to make To Die for Crock Pot Roast! Except for celery leaves/flakes, I had everything on hand (used ground celery) and omitted the salt entirely. Thanx Beachgirl!
This was just what I was looking for. I needed dry Italian dressing mix for an appetizer I was making. This combination was perfect. I put the oregano, basil, thyme and parsley in my electric coffee grinder to make it a powder. I also used celery seed. This is definitely a keeper, not to mention a money-saver!
This mix made the best Italian dressing! It was easy to put together. I didn't have celery leaves so I used celery seeds. Thanks so much!
Great - used celery seed in place of flakes (same amount) and I never have dried parsley because I think it is tasteless so I used about 3 TBSP basil to replace pasrley + basil (I upped the yield to 24 TBSP from 8, this is important to note!). I used in a recipe for Greak Turkey Burgers. I also used to make a relish of cut up grape tomatos, hot cherry peppers and green olives with a little olive oil, 1 TBSP WW vinegar and about 2 tsp of the dressing mix and that was delish. <br/>Thanks for posting!