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Wow! That's how my dh summed up the taste of this dressing after taking a bite of his salad. Different from the caesar dressing we are used to but also delicious. I added freshly ground black pepper and some grated Parmesan cheese to it. Will become a regular at my house. Thanks for sharing.

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Out of the Blue April 02, 2004

I enjoyed this caesar dressing. I did make some changes. I used 4 cloves of roasted garlic in place of 3 cloves of fresh garlic. I used anchovies out of a tube. And I just had to add 1/4 cup grated cheese to it. My DH and Dh son ate it and they don`t like anchovies! It`s so hard to get them to eat salad but this we all enjoyed! This came out nice and thick, creamy, salty, and tangy! Yummy.

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Rita~ March 26, 2004

I was so excited about making this dressing and it turned out horrible. It was waaayyy too tart! Then I started looking at other caesar recipes and realized that your proportions of the mustard and vinegars are way too much for the 8 tablespoons of oil. Maybe the mustard and vinegars are supposed to be 1 teaspoon instead of tablespoons? Sorry!

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Grace Lynn March 16, 2004

This was a very nice dressing and I think I'll probably make it again but I wouldn't really call it a caesar dressing. The major difference is the color; this dressing is dark because of the balsamic. It's got a very nice bold flavor, like I said, but if you're looking for a "traditional" caesar dressing, you'll probably want to continue your search.

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Krista Smith January 17, 2011

We had this for dinner tonight and really liked it. I cut back on the Worcestershire sauce a bit and had to use cider vinegar instead of wine, because that was what I had. I added a little parm to the dressing too. A very nice dressing. Thanks!

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dawnie2u May 03, 2009

This has an interesting flavor and is different than all the other Caesar dressings I have tried. Next time I might decrease the Worcestershire sauce to 2 t. and add 2 T. of parmesan.

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Cook4_6 July 15, 2008

I enjoyed this dressing for its tanginess and flavor. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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iris5555 January 13, 2007

Yummy! No store bought Caesar can beat homemade. This has a very strong flavor but I love it and my husband does too!

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Engrossed November 13, 2006

I used anchovy paste for this. It was delicious and tangy!

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echo echo January 16, 2006

Sorry but it just didn't do it for me, I thought the vinegar taste was a but overpowering.

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cfletcher November 15, 2005
Unbelievable Caesar Dressing