Russian Tomato Salad Dressing
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- Ready In:
2 cups dressing
- Place all ingredients in a container and shake before using.
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Happy to have found this recipe - I'm sure it's the same as the old fashioned Russian Dressing recipe I mislaid - now I can stop searching through all those old cookbooks of mine! Love this Russian Dressing. Other than adding more sugar make it up as posted - it works just as well using Splenda and is among my dh's favourite. Thank you muffinlady, your recipe has been added to my favorites.
A nice Russian dressing. I felt the tomato and vinegar tastes were too strong for me, so I added extra sugar which did help. I also added a squeeze of lemon juice. Thanks for sharing!! Made for PAC Fall 2009. UPDATE: This was much better on day 2. . .back to increase the rating to a 5! I served it atop arugula, mushrooms and artichokes. Yum.
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