The Best Salad Dressing Ever!

Sweet & Sour salad dressing that tastes excellent on your favorite spinach salad or any big-leaf lettuces.

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  • Depending on taste preference, you can use less (or more) than 1/3 cup of sugar - start out with 1/2 the amount and add more accordingly.
  • Place all ingredients in bowl; mix well, place in vinegarette-style container (with lid) and refrigerate for at least one hour before serving.
  • Tastes best after a day or so in the fridge.
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"Sweet & Sour salad dressing that tastes excellent on your favorite spinach salad or any big-leaf lettuces."
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  1. dminetos_1540854
    I concur. This is some Dang good salad dressing! The only thing I did different was use fresh onion and add a little garlic. It's very delicate yet bold (it's an enigma ) and a little goes a long way.
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  2. Lucky Clover
    We loved this dressing! It is the perfect blend of tangy and sweet. Very different from any red dressing I've had before. Definitely a keeper!
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  3. cindyart98
    So good! I added some garlic while blending as well, and even a bit of water to thin it down and make it last. Great if you love thick dressing. This is a keeper, thanks.
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  4. Jules211
    This is so good, very colorful, and wonderfully thick. I used about 1/4 cup of sugar. I used red onion and added 1 clove of garlic. Whipped it in the blender. My ranch only please DD said this was awsome. Will make again.
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  5. Marie Nixon
    Not only was the taste good but I was impressed with the thickness of the dressing. I was expecting it to be a real thin dressing but this was nice and thick. I put everything in the food processor and processed it for about 20 seconds. I used closer to 1/4 C. sugar. It is a beautiful color of red.
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