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This is a fantastic dressing! I loved all the onions garlic and herbs in it. I used dried, instead of fresh and it still turned out great. I also cut the oil done to 4 tbs, but not really sure that does much because it just decreased the volume. (When you think about it, we all use a certain amount of salad dressing, decreasing the oil just concentrated the flavors in the oil that I did use.) Regardless, it's great!

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Wish I Could Cook February 03, 2013

I agree - you MUST make this dressing! I personally loved the color of it and went for an all green salad (romaine, green pepper, cucumber). The Dijon mustard gave it a nice tang and kept it from being too sweet. A nice complexity of flavors! I will definitely be making this again!

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JackieOhNo! February 07, 2012

Yes this is good on our salad, but it is really good the next day on some sliced beets served with French bread. Made as written and it looked somewhat like a green goddess dressing but with a ton more flavor than green goddess dressing ever thought about having. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl September 20, 2011

This is a really good salad dressing! I am not giving it five stars for looks though-only taste. It isn't the prettiest salad dressing I've ever seen. Used fresh herbs from the garden and good quality maple syrup. Served with a tossed green salad I threw together and which contained vegetables from our CSA box or the farmer's market: loose red leaf lettuce, celery plus leaves, heirloom tomatoes, fresh basil, cucumber (standard and lemon), raw zucchini and carrot. Thanks for posting! Reviewed for Veg Tag/September.

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COOKGIRl September 04, 2011
You Must Make This Dressing