Simply Delicious Thousand Island Dressing

Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is what I whip up when I need 1000 Island. It is much better than store bought. Goes great on Reuben sandwiches, salads, burgers or as a dip with French fries. My family does not usually eat 1000 Island but they love this! I love it with Nick's Mom's Reuben Egg Roll Wraps With Dipping Sauce.

Directions

  1. Combine all of the ingredients together in a small bowl.
  2. Mix well.
  3. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
Most Helpful

fantastic and no preservatives.

cl1090 June 30, 2012

This is my new favorite Thousand ISland dressing. No more store bought for me! I didn't have sweet pickles, so I subsituted Roasted red peppers (in VInegar), and it worked well. Same texture and pickled taste.

cynthia912 February 20, 2009

This was a decent recipe for a no-chili-sauce 1000 Island Dressing. I made as written, except using regular rice vinegar instead of seasoned (rice vinegar w/ sugar and salt added), but it was too sweet for our tastes, and also tasted mostly like sweet mayo. I added a little extra ketchup and relish, which helped--but then it was WAAAAAY too sweet! Unless you like extremely sweet dressing, I'd suggest cutting the sugar in half at least--then adding more if needed. I would think that the seasoned rice vinegar would make it much too sweet and salty, at least for us. I plan to use it on 'big Mac' Pizza. I think it'll be fine as a sauce on something, but I wouldn't use it on a salad. Sorry it wasn't more to our taste. Thanks for posting! ***UPDATE: This was GREATLY improved after a couple of hours in the fridge. I definitely recommend making this ahead of time to let the flavors combine. It was still a bit too sweet for us, so I think I'll try it with 1 or 1 1/2 t sugar next time. I've upped the rating to reflect my improved opinion of the flavor. It was very good on the big mac pizza, too. It kept for a week or so in the fridge. Thanks again!

Halcyon Eve January 09, 2009