Creole French Dressing

I got this from a cookbook in my late Grandmothers collection who died in 1986. This is in a small paperback book published by Wesson Oil in 1928. My husband loves french dressing and asked to try this. The recipe below is exactly how it is in the book. They didn't add the garlic in the ingredients it might have been a typo. Note: I can't leave any recipe alone, so....when I make it I changed it to add a 1/2 tsp chopped garlic instead of rubbing the bowl with a garlic clove. I also thought it needed a little perking up so I 1/4 teaspoon lemon juice and a little more worcestershire. Enjoy.

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  • Combine all ingredients in a bowl which has been rubbed with a cut garlic clove and mix well.
  • Serve with any green or meat salad.
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"I got this from a cookbook in my late Grandmothers collection who died in 1986. This is in a small paperback book published by Wesson Oil in 1928. My husband loves french dressing and asked to try this. The recipe below is exactly how it is in the book. They didn't add the garlic in the ingredients it might have been a typo. Note: I can't leave any recipe alone, so....when I make it I changed it to add a 1/2 tsp chopped garlic instead of rubbing the bowl with a garlic clove. I also thought it needed a little perking up so I 1/4 teaspoon lemon juice and a little more worcestershire. Enjoy."
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  1. Victoria v.
    I thought I rated this dressing, I've been making it for almost a year now. This dressing is something special. You can taste that it is homemade, but it also tastes so wonderful that your guests think you're a dressing superstar! For the garlic in this recipe I either press a clove or add a little garlic powder. I've been asked time & time again how to make this dressing everytime I serve it. I once served this dressing at a dinner party & had a guest compliment it two weeks later!
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  2. Suzy-Que in Idaho
    I got this from a cookbook in my late Grandmothers collection who died in 1986. This is in a small paperback book published by Wesson Oil in 1928. My husband loves french dressing and asked to try this. The recipe below is exactly how it is in the book. They didn't add the garlic in the ingredients it might have been a typo. Note: I can't leave any recipe alone, so....when I make it I changed it to add a 1/2 tsp chopped garlic instead of rubbing the bowl with a garlic clove. I also thought it needed a little perking up so I 1/4 teaspoon lemon juice and a little more worcestershire. Enjoy.
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