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The one-to-one ratio of EVOO to lemon juice makes it way too tart. Use the tried-and-true 3 parts EVOO to one part vinegar (in this case, lemon juice).
This was so salty it was inedible as salad dressing. I didn't use the cheese or zest but I don't think that would have made a difference. After tripling the oil and lemon juice it was passable. Is 1T salt a typo? I'm shocked anyone gives this 5 stars as written. Maybe it would be good as a marinade, but not for dressing.
This is a terrific, fresh
Love, love love this dressing. Marinated some chicken tenderloins & then grilled. Absolutly lemondelishcious. Made for your Football 2013 win.
This has become my absolute favorite dressing. I simplify preparation by just putting all ingredients into a tall measuring container and then use my immersion blender to mix. I usually add a little fresh parsley or even cilantro if I have it on hand. With or without, the dressing is delicious. Thank you, JackieOhNo!
Delicious on a salad of cucumber, baby arugula, perfect avocado, and bright red tomatoes (ripened on top of the refrigerator in the winter time). I used the optional lemon zest. I adore that this is made using a pestle and mortar and I didn't shake it up in a container just ground it up using the pestle and mortar but I had only made 1/4 batch so that fit. Made for 1~2~3 Hits ~ December 2010.
Delish!! I think the cheese and the zest is a MUST, not optional. Served on a salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, avo's, green onions, etc...Pefect with our grilled dinner. Thanks for posting Jacqueeee! : ) Made for ZWT 6.
This was a hit! I wish the cheese had dissolved a bit more. Between the cheese & garlic, it is a very strong dressing! made for ZWT6.