The Best No Oil Warm Egg Dressing over Greens

Now this is a fairly classic dressing. But I love it served warm over my favorite salad greens. A mix of crunchy iceberg, romaine and red leaf are my favorites - it is really all about the dressing. Toppings ... I prefer fresh slices of tomato, crumbles of bacon and thin slices of onion to me are a must, but olives, cucumbers, peppers, or pretty much anything you want is great with this salad. This dressing is a bit sweeter rather than tangy, but no oil, and a completely different taste that most people haven't had. However, once most people try this, they want it over and over. And kids absolutely love it.

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  • Salad Greens -- Prepare your greens. Whatever you like. Tomato, bacon and onion are my favorites, but any of your favorites will work. This is about the dressing.
  • Dressing -- I make this in a small tupperware container or small microwavable bowl. Add all the ingredients and mix well. Heat on medium (power 4 or 5) for 30 seconds and stir well. Then heat again on medium power same thing just 30 seconds at a time and mix well. You do not want do scramble the eggs. Just a couple of times in the microwave to heat up the dressing is all you need. It should be served warm NOT boiled.
  • Serve -- Toss with the greens and ENJOY! One of my favorite dressings, and so easy.
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"Now this is a fairly classic dressing. But I love it served warm over my favorite salad greens. A mix of crunchy iceberg, romaine and red leaf are my favorites - it is really all about the dressing. Toppings ... I prefer fresh slices of tomato, crumbles of bacon and thin slices of onion to me are a must, but olives, cucumbers, peppers, or pretty much anything you want is great with this salad. This dressing is a bit sweeter rather than tangy, but no oil, and a completely different taste that most people haven't had. However, once most people try this, they want it over and over. And kids absolutely love it."
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  1. Connie Lea
    This is very good. I use raw eggs in my mayonnaise also and I read someplace that you are fairly safe if you wash the egg with soap and water and dry before cracking. Thanks Sarasota for a great recipe.
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  2. SarasotaCook
    Now this is a fairly classic dressing. But I love it served warm over my favorite salad greens. A mix of crunchy iceberg, romaine and red leaf are my favorites - it is really all about the dressing. Toppings ... I prefer fresh slices of tomato, crumbles of bacon and thin slices of onion to me are a must, but olives, cucumbers, peppers, or pretty much anything you want is great with this salad. This dressing is a bit sweeter rather than tangy, but no oil, and a completely different taste that most people haven't had. However, once most people try this, they want it over and over. And kids absolutely love it.
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