This one is a lower fat version of Thousand Island dressing. It's great and you don't even miss the extra fat and calories.
- Puree mayonnaise, ketchup, lemon juice, bell pepper, onion, parsley, relish, cayenne, water, and salt and pepper in a blender until smooth.
- Add additional water if necessary to thin to desired consistency.
- Cover and refrigerate.
- Keeps for 1 week.
This was surprisingly satisfying and I was pleased! I was expecting a very thin dressing due to the use of water, but this honestly had a nice texture. The flavors married well although next time I'll cut back on the parsley. I will be making this again and thank you for sharing the recipe. :-)
I love 1000 isle dressing! This is so good! I didn't think I had any low-fat mayo, but I finally found it! Would've kinda blown the whole theory, huh? lol Seriously, this is very good! I would recommend that future reviewers use the very best ketchup,which, IMHO,is Heinz. Anything less, don't bother. This is sooo worth the extra pennies, believe me. I added in a little bit of chopped hard-boiled egg, just preference. Thanks for sharing, this is a real keeper!
Well, I did cheat and use full fat mayo. I omitted the parsley (personal preference for dressing) and did not need to add any water as we like our dressing thick (it still came out on the thin side though). I chopped everything small and mixed it in a bowl b/c we like chunky 1000 isle dressing (aka: Big Mac sauce, lol). Next time we would omit the bell peppers and cayenne too. Good recipe that you can adapt to your liking. Made for PRMR