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This was the best salad dressing I've tried. It was very easy to put together and tasted great! I also added a little salt and substituted some red pepper flakes for the serranos. Thanks for the recipe!
This was truly oustanding. My husband and I try to eat a large salad for dinner once a week to take a break from all the meat. We appreciate a good dressing and this was incredibly good. I would suggest adding about a teaspoon of salt, as it really pulls the flavors together, and let it chill overnight for the ingredients to really mingle. Thank You Millie.
I needed a different dressing, something new. This was great, perfect for Cobb Salad.
Very good dressing that we enjoyed and will be using again.
Okay, I made a very basic version of this since I didn't have any mustard or thyme (or serrano peppers). I did have everything else and I added some random hot sauce I had on hand (I didn't have Tabasco)--and I thought this was very good! I couldn't decide whether I'd changed this too much to give an honest review, but I decided I'd never think to put all these things together myself, so why not? We ate it two nights in a row; fantastic!
This was a wonderful dressing... we loved it and will make it often. Thanks for posting!
EXCELLENT! If Miller loved it then I knew I had to try it, and I’m glad I did. I also skipped the Serrano peppers. And with Guabi Guabi’s rave review noting that it was Both tasty and healthy, how can you lose with that combination? Permanent Keeper! Thank you Wee Tam and The Big Huge.
Sorry,too sweet n sour tasting.
Tasty and sodium/cholesterol-free too! This one will take up permanent residence in my fridge. Thanks for sharing.
What a delightful dressing. I used wine vinegar, skipped the serrano peppers, and added a little more basil. This also made a very nice marinade for parboiled fresh vegetables.