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Made for Comfort Cafe Spring 2009. I didn't use this as a salad dressing because I could tell by the ingredients that it wouldn't be thick enough for my taste (I'm picky about the consistency of my salad dressing) so I decided to use this to marinate chicken thighs (used 6 boneless skinless thights) ~ WOW! was I ever surprised at how good these were. I initially intended to grill them but the weather didn't allow for that. I discarded the marinade and browned them on both sides in 2 T oil in a large skillet. Then I added about a half cup of white wine and let them cook for about 20 minutes. Thanks for posting this Bergy! Will definitely use this again.

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LARavenscroft July 28, 2009

This bursting-with- flavor dressing was a big hit at my Mother's Day salad bar extravaganza! Since it was a last minute decision, ingredients were dictated by what I had on hand; fresh oregano for the basil and red pepper flakes for the jalapeno. I also used fresh lime juice rather than vinegar. The honey sweetness with the pepper bite really zings up those greens! Most of all, I love the fact that it is oil free so I can use as much as I want! ;-) Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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SusieQusie May 13, 2008

Great oil free dressing. So tasty. Thanks.

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hlkljgk September 13, 2006

I thought this was delcious. I took it to a Mexican theme pot luck at work, and it was perfect with the other dishes of enchiladas, burritos, tacos, etc. I did substitute red pepper flakes for the jalapeno because my son doesn't like jalapenos, and I knew I would use the leftover dressing at home. Very tasty!

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akcooker April 09, 2005
Mexican Citrus Dressing