Restaurant "x" Secret Blue Cheese Dressing

"The best and easiest blue cheese dressing out of all the restaurants I have worked! We make it with Maytag Blue Cheese. The quality of the dressing is directly proportional to the flavor of the blue cheese. Try Sam's club for large amounts of blue cheese like Maytag, at a good price for the home cook."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
8 cups
Serves:
16
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ingredients

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directions

  • On very low heat, cook garlic in butter, until soft and fragrant.
  • Add 1/2 of the blue cheese and melt.
  • Remove from heat and cool.
  • Combine with remaining ingredients, including the 2nd half of the blue cheese in a large bowl and whisk.
  • Chill and serve. Magical!

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Reviews

  1. Tom W.
    Well, I tried it. Disappointed yet again. I have been associated with the restaurant business since the early 70''s and this recipe is another dissappointment. I have been searching for the Bleu Cheese recipe from the old Steak & Ale restaurants. Have not been able to find it. Their Bleu cheese dressing recipe is simply THE best ever that I've had. No comparisons. Someone out there had to have worked at Steak & Ale and knows the recipe. Help, please.
     
  2. Jezski
    Absolutely delicious. I have tried quite a number of blue cheese type dressings; this is the best by far. I think my search is over. I did use gorgonzola instead of blue because: #1, I prefer that, and #2, that's all I had! Thanks so much for posting! Janet
     
  3. iris5555
    I tried a recipe for a dressing with melted blue cheese years ago and unfortunately, did not save the recipe. I have been looking for it forever and here it is! It is as delicious as I remembered.
     
  4. rosslare
    Magic! Thick and spoon licking delicious!
     
  5. pamela t.
    Very nice! I loved the dressing. This makes a ton ofdressing, so if you're not feeding a crowd, I would make half the recipe. The garlic and blue cheese are the stars here. Thanks for sharing! Made for Pot Luck Tag 2009
     
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