Dressing #3 (low-sodium Caesar Dressing)

"I make salad dressings since commercial ones contain way too much sodium. This is a recipe from www.lowsodiumcooking.com, but I substituted roasted garlic for raw."
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Ready In:
3/4 cup




  • Blend all ingredients.
  • Shake or stir before serving.

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  1. I did this without roasting the garlic. I love the stronger pungent taste of raw garlic. I still found this a little bland. A bit of hot sauce did help though.


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