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i have been looking for a recipe that is close to a local restruants. they call it thousand island but it is much closer to this. the restruant burned down 6 monthes ago and i have been searching ever since. this is yummy and will be a staple in my fridge!
EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! Don't even bother with the store-bought dressings. To make it low carb, I substituted in place of the chili sauce (which has lots of sugar or fructose) the Low Carb Ketchup Low Carb Ketchup.
I've never been to the Russian Tea Room, so don't know how authentic it is, but it is a very delicious dressing. Sweet, with just enough tang. Reminds me of Thousand Island dressing, but not as sweet. It is perfect!
Add this to a chopped rotisserie chicken and cooked penne pasta and you have California Chicken Cafe's Chicken Pasta dish. They do not give out their recipes.
Great dressing. made for best of 2012.
Made as written whipping together my own chili sauce. Tested on mixed greens with bell pepper, frozen green peas and hard boiled egg. I couldn't tell the difference between this and Thousand Island. What [is] the difference? ;) Reviewed for Best of 2012
Made this delicious dressing to go on our Reuben sandwiches. It is absolutely perfect for these sandwiches and I am quite sure it would be fantastic on a salad. Will definitely keep this recipe handy. Thanks so much for the post!
This was wonderful. Made as written, everyone in the house loved it. Thank you for posting.
I had to make this a few times, just to be sure it could be that good. It is. Nothing to change about it, will make over and over again. Thanks!
The adults in my house loved this on sandwiches best. It needed a lot of milk to make it an acceptable salad dressing for us. Now I'm going to work on getting some of the salt out of it. Thanks!