Caesar Dressing/Dip

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Ready In:
1 1/3 cups




  • In a bowl, whisk together the garlic, anchovy paste, lemon juice, mustard and Worcestershire Sauce.
  • Add mayonnaise, Parmesan cheese and pepper to taste.
  • Whisk dressing until combined well.
  • Toss with salad greens or serve as a dip with crudités.

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  1. Marla Swoffer
    Stupendous! I made a bottle of this (added a little water and less cheese to make it thinner) and the whole family ate salad like it was going out of style...I didn't even put any vegetables in it (just plain romaine lettuce), but a few croutons would have been perfect. Very zesty and not for the faint of palate--my mom makes it with less anchovy paste since she's not a big fish lover--less garlic would tone it down also, but I loved it like this. Thanks Evelyn!
  2. Lucky Clover
    This is the third caesar salad dressing recipe I have tried on RecipeZaar, and it is the best so far! I like that it doesn't have any raw egg in it. The mayo makes it thick enough to use as a dressing or a dip. Thanks for posting! We have a ton of Romaine in our garden, and I'm sure we'll be making this often!
  3. shimmerchk
    This was great! My whole family loved this & it was so easy. I WILL add more garlic next time since we are such garlic lovers, but this is a fantastic recipe as is.
  4. howmanybites
    I first made this for a family party and it was so delicious I've made at least 3 Caesar salads since! My 11-year-old daughter (who usually HATES salad) has had seconds, she says it's because of "my" homemade dressing. YUM! I'll be making this until I'm a little old lady. :-)
  5. Mercy
    So delicious and so much fresher and richer than the bottled or jarred equivalent! I added cracked black pepper and served it as a dip. It was absolutely marvelous and a perfect combination of flavors! Thank you so much!


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