Good Season's Italian Dressing

Good Season's Italian Dressing created by littlemafia

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  • For dressing, mix 1/4 cup of cider vinegar, 2/3 cup of oil, 2 tablespoons of water and 2 tablespoons of dry mix.
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  1. Anonymous
    What's the purpose of the water? Oil and water doesn't mix.
  2. Robert C.
    I just made this dressing for a tomato cucumber salad after discovering I was out of Good Seasons. This is a pretty close approximation! I took a cue from the comments and used all powders instead of salts and just added the 2 TBSP of kosher salt indicated. It turned out perfect! Thanks for saving me!
  3. hastings_b_8921420
    Years ago Good Seasons had a mix called MILD ITALIAN. For some reason it is not available anywhere. Would it be possible to get that recipe or if it is available somewhere...please tell me where I can get it. HELP!
  4. Diane A.
    Good mix for Italian dressing. Use powder rather than the salts. They aren't necessary. I used this mix when I ran out of Good Seasons Italian dressing mix for a Sweet and Sour Italian dressing. One of the best recipes I've ever had. Found in "Matter of Thyme" cook book.
  5. Margaret G.
    Definitely too much salt in this recipe. I changed to celery seed and garlic powder, and left the 2 tbsp salt in it. That was still too salty for our taste, so when we need it again, we'll be using KOSHER salt instead of table salt.
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