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Christina Gray, this **is** wonderful!!! I used it on my "freckles" romaine, but I had all kinds of visions of what to pour this on while enjoying this. What's also great about this recipe, is that I always have these ingredients in my kitchen. It's full flavor right away, too, and so doesn't require hours for the flavors to blend. I didn't use my blender. I just placed all the ingredients into a cruet and shook it madly for a couple minutes. :)
This was good. I doubled the recipe and used a bit more sugar and garlic. Sure beats bought stuff!!
Hit the spot!
This was the first time I've ever made my own salad dressing and I am so glad I started with this recipe. It truely is "wonderful"! I know I'll make this over and over again. So easy and so good.
It really is a very good salad dressing. I used 'Fleur de sel' and fresh ground pepper.
Perfect for me. Perfect for my guests. Went very well with the Individual Pumpkin soup and salad and fish dinner that I served. thanks
You have the perfect name - this is a wonderful salad dressing. I don't have a clue as to what white portugese vinigar is so I used wine vinigar - and used Splenda instead of sugar. It turned out great. Just the right amount for a nice sized salad. I'm going to make a larger bottle next time so I'll have it on hand. It was YUMMMMMMY!!
Simple and lives up to it's name. Thanks!
This is now my default, all purpose salad dressing. It is so simple to prepare and I love the taste. I double it so I will always have it on hand. Oh, I add just a little bit more sugar....except I use Splenda. It is as the names suggests...wonderful.
This was very nice. Added ahallots and used a french champagne vinegar.