Paula's Pretty in Pink Salad Dressing

Paula's Pretty in Pink Salad Dressing created by Baby Kato

Born of sheer laziness, a variation of a Paula Deen recipe. This is a salad dressing for a spinach salad in Paula Deen Celebrates cookbook. It is wonderful on any kind of salad, not just spinach. I was feeling a bit lazy, and decided I'd rather clean my immersion blender rather than my regular blender when I made it; the dressing emulsified into this lovely pink froth with pepper specks. Servings are approximate, based on the spinach salad recipe.

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  • Put all ingredients into a tall container and blend with an immersion blender until emulsified. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
  • Notes: I used a KitchenAid immersion blender on setting 1. Also, you don't have to use a stick blender. If you don't care about the dressing emulsifying, you can shake everything together in a tightly sealed jar or mix in a regular blender. In the original recipe, Paula used vegetable oil and just called for regular black pepper.
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"Born of sheer laziness, a variation of a Paula Deen recipe. This is a salad dressing for a spinach salad in Paula Deen Celebrates cookbook. It is wonderful on any kind of salad, not just spinach. I was feeling a bit lazy, and decided I'd rather clean my immersion blender rather than my regular blender when I made it; the dressing emulsified into this lovely pink froth with pepper specks. Servings are approximate, based on the spinach salad recipe."

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  1. Baby Kato
    This lovely dressing is quick and easy to make and tastes great. The citrus shines in this dressing. I served the dressing over a mix of romaine and young spinach leaves with slivered sweet onion and thinly shaved parmesan. So good, thank you for sharing. Made for Think Pink 2015.
  2. Baby Kato
    Paula's Pretty in Pink Salad Dressing Created by Baby Kato
  3. mama smurf
    Cut the recipe down for DH and I but used 1 clove of garlic. To make it pinker I did add a little red food coloring in it. Used it over salad greens and it was a tasty dressing. Made for Think Pink 2013 Cancer Awareness tag game.
  4. Linky
    Paula's Pretty in Pink Salad Dressing Created by Linky
  5. Linky
    I added about 3 or 4 frozen raspberries to make this yummy vinaigrette-style dressing more pink! I used it with a simple lettuce salad garnished with chopped sweet onions and slivered almonds.<br/>Thanks! Made for Think Pink 2011.
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