SO YUMMY! i have made it several times and I like it best w/o paprika, hot sauce & oil and a little extra cheese & buttermilk because it always comes out a little too thick. I have replaced my bottled dressings and use only this now. tastes EXACTLY like OSF's. THANK YOU!!!
I'm a fanatic when it comes to Old Spaghetti Factory's pesto dressing--sometimes I'd go there and buy a pint of it! Thanks to this recipe, I'll never have to do that again. Like many others, I left out the oil--it's totally unnecessary--and I substituted the romano for grated parmesan, and it turned out great. In the future I'd probably use a little less mayo, but other than that, it's exactly like the restaurant's!
Yum! Loved it! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!
I omitted the oil and followed the rest of the recipe and it is so good! A must try!
Loved this! I left out the oil, paprika and hot sauce, though I will try it with the paprika and hot sauce sometime too. My new favorite salad dressing! Best I've had, thanks for sharing!
This is really spot on. I thought the amount of basil was to much, but it wasn't. It was absolutely glorious. I followed this exactly, because I wanted to try this as written first to determine the basil impact ~ and there isn't one thing I would change about this recipe. I understand some might not want to use the extra oil - I used extra-light EVOO, and fat-free buttermilk, but otherwise - stayed true to the recipe, and I'm glad I did. Perfect taste! Thx for posting!
I no longer have to go to the restaurant to get this!
I made it without the hot sauce and I upped the garlic!
THANK you for posting this!!!
If I could hug you I would!
This is one of my favorite homemade dressings. I use canola oil and always add extra garlic and I add the hot pepper sauce in. It always comes out perfect. Thanks for posting it for others to enjoy.
This was very good. I made it exactly as shown. The type of oil is questionable though. I used oilve oil (thought it would be a little healthier) and think it might have gave it a slightly different flavor. After making and checking other websites, found the same recipe and they say to use vegetable oil. I think this would be a better choice given oilve oil has a more distinct flavor. I will try this again sometime, trying it with vegetable oil, and then without the oil to compare. It tasted pretty close to the original, but was a little off, and might have been because of the olive oil. I also would like to try using fresh basil - "Bam"! A little more garlic wouldn't hurt either.