By wwltmom on October 12, 2007
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"No anchovies, but very good!"
Serving Size: 1 (32 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"This is a quick and easy dressing and we have used this recipe many times. We like to add a bit more garlic to intensify the flavour."
"This is a delicious dressing. Take no heed of the nay sayers. Made a chicken caeser with bacon, avocado & home made croutons. I left out the Parmesan from the dressing & added it shaved to top my salad off. My wife said it was the tastiest salad I'd ever put together. Many thanks for this excellent dressing."
"I know what ceasar salad ahould taste like and This is a horrible, very oily dressing nor me or my husband can't stomach it. Waste of romaine lettuce!!Tastes like you mixed Italian salad dressing with mayo. Yuck!!!!"
"If you are looking for a substitute for caesar dressing without anchovies due to fish allergies, please be aware that worchestershire sauce HAS anchovies listed in the ingredients list.
I prepared this recipe last night, we didn't care for it, used light olive oil and it was too oily for us."
"It really does taste like Ceasar dressing without the anchovies!
"Loved this - thank you! I used homemade mayo and it was still quick and easy to throw together. Very creamy and satisfying."
"This was IT - this is the exact Dressing for the Ceasar Salad :) but I have sed half a lemon (2 tblspns) But it doesn't serve 8, it serves 3 or 4 ! You should try this. Not to forget the croutons though ..."
"It does really taste like ceasar salad dressing but without the egg and anchovies. It's perfect. Thanks Wwltmom :) Made for 123 hit wonders."
"Delicious! We loved this dressing, it really does taste like traditional Caesar even through there's no egg in it. I made a simple salad with just romaine and my recipe #243424 and it was absolutely divine. Thanks for posting wwltmom! Edited 12/31/07 to say now that I've made it again, I can raise it to 5 stars, THIS SALAD DRESSING IS THE BEST!"