No-Egg Caesar Dressing (Rachael Ray's)

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

I love the simplicity of the ingredients. I don't always want a heavy caesar dressing. Best of all was the reaction of my teenaged son, who exclaimed with a surprised expression, "This is good!" when he first tried it. Feel free to add more garlic or double recipe.


  1. Mix everything in blender.
  2. enjoy.
Most Helpful

Very good! I tripled the recipe to serve 14 people at a large dinner and everyone loved it. I added 1 1/2 tsps of anchovy paste (if you weren't to triple the recipe try 1/2 tsp) and used a mixture of half olive oil and half canola oil. I also used extra lemon juice and 1/3 cup water to thin out the mixture a little (when you blend it, it becomes very thick). The water did not dilute the flavor and helped make it easier to coat a very large amount of lettuce. I also reduced the amount of parmesan cheese (I used 3/4 total for my large batch) and instead added extra parmesan along with lots of cracked black pepper and croutons to the salad before serving. I usually use a tradition recipe that calls for tempered eggs but I honestly cannot taste the difference and neither could anyone else--just make sure you blend all ingredients together at a high speed for at least a minute and a half otherwise the mixture will not reach the appropriate creamy consistency and will more resemble a vinaigrette.

~MollyM September 10, 2012

Superyum!! Love this dressing. Easy to do and cheap!!

JVSL January 03, 2012

only thing missing is the anchovies! That makes this 6 stars! SeaLarsGo

SeaLarsGo December 20, 2011