No-Egg Caesar Dressing (Rachael Ray's)(Old Sub Sailor)

READY IN: 10mins
Recipe by Roxygirl in Colorado

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. (Old Sub Sailor) Fish sauce adds anchovie taste.

Top Review by MollyM

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.

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Directions

  1. Mix everything in blender.
  2. enjoy.

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