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Fabulous! I cut the recipe in half and filled 2 cruets. We've been looking for a good caesar dressing-thank you! I was nervous about the amount of garlic-don't be, does not taste garlicy (and I love garlic!). Personal preference, but we did not add the mustard or anchovies. Nice to have a caesar dressing and know what's in it! My husband asked me to pack him some for lunch tomorrow-and he always goes out!

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janrj123 May 31, 2007

I thought this was delish! I omitted the anchovies and cut the recipe in half. That still made more than enough. Thank you!

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mom2Tess November 11, 2010

This is good, but I dont like the last step "Salt, pepper, etc..." "TO TASTE". I prefer some more finite measurements. This recipe definitely needed salt to taste more like Outback. It took some tweaking, but in the ned came out pretty good. I also used Egg Beaters. There is another recipe on here that might be better based on the ingredients (Outback Steakhouse Caesar Salad Dressing)

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josephcatalano October 28, 2009

Great recipe, my family loved it! It just tasted a little bit heavy on the garlic, I may use just a little less next time.

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rosforest June 24, 2009

This far exceeds the other recipe for Outback's Caesar dressing I tried from this site. I only made 1/4 of the recipe which made enough for 2 salads. I used egg beaters instead of fresh eggs and added 1/2 t of Dijon mustard and 1/2 t of anchovie paste. I did not add salt because I think the parmesan cheese contributes to the saltiness. Definite a keeper! Thanks for posting Lali!

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Cook4_6 December 30, 2007

Oh yes!! This is very good and so easy to make, I had everything in my kitchen (I made 1/3 of the recipe) and it made 1 pint. I think it should keep for at least 3 weeks in a cold fridge since it has vinegar and citric acid added.

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Wing-Man June 28, 2005

Lali, thank you again for posting this when I asked my ISO in request a recipe! This is wonderful...it would have been exact but as always, I have to add more garlic to everything *LOL and I do love anchovies so I am sure I used more than ole OB does. Again, thank you...you are appreciated!

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Rise` February 01, 2002

I am a really big garlic lover. But when I used fresh minced garlic... it over powered the dressing. It was so strong it made my eyes water and I didn't even use the full 1/2 cup that the recipe calls for. I love the dressing other than that though. So next time I will probably use just 1/4 of a cup of garlic.

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Sasha_Nicole February 20, 2014

It has been many years since I have been to Outback so I can't say if it is the same as theirs, but it is really delicious. I made a 6th of the recipe as it is only for two people. I added a teaspoon of anchovy paste and a sprinkling of pepper and dry mustard. I didn't feel it needed salt. It probably would have needed salt if I didn't add the anchovy paste though. I codded the egg (1 minute in simmering water while still in shell) because it blends easier that way into the dressing and makes the use of raw egg a little less risky. Thanks for sharing!

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Tea Girl March 10, 2013

This is a FABULOUS recipe. We use one cup of egg beaters and keep all the same ingredients.

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Robin W. February 11, 2012
Outback Caesar Dressing