Western Salad Dressing

"This is better than the stuff from the store. And it's quick. I got this recipe from my sister-in-law, who makes all kinds of wonderful homemade things."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
6 cups
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directions

  • Blend in a blender.
  • That's it!

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Reviews

  1. Miss Nana Lee
    My husband is a big fan of Western dressing and it is not easy to locate in our area. Sometimes I can find creamy French to use as a substitute for him but we were nearly out of that. I had seen this recipe before & meant to try it, so today I did...using eggless mayo, (Just Mayo - which I get at Walmart,) as he has an egg allergy. Only made 1/2 the recipe. It turned out great. He is VERY happy with this dressing so I will be making it regularly. Gotta admit, I tried it & was rather pleased with it myself. Thank you so much.
     
  2. Cook In Northwest
    Although I did substitute safflower oil for the canola oil and Splenda for the sugar, this is really an excellent recipe! I absolutely loved it. I used Grey Poupon mustard, as that was what I had on hand. I think French's would have probably been better (closer to the stuff from the "Good Old Days") but it worked out well. I think I'll probably use Dijon mustard in the future, as it is a tad bit less tangy. It's a matter of taste whether you like tangy or not-so, but this recipe really brought back memories of great salads back in the day. Good job!! I put this in my FAVORITES file folder.
     
  3. tobey_day
    Had to find a recipe when we found out that mercury was showing up in the corn syrup used in my DD's favorite salad dressing. Guess who has a new favorite? This is AMAZING. I used olive oil as that's all I had and feared that would overwhelm the taste, but my family still loves it. Thanks for keeping my DD eating her greens!
     
  4. Lori Ann D
    I loved this and wow, it made a lot of dressing! Next time I will cut back on the sugar a bit as I found it a bit on the sweet side (I never thought I'd find anything too sweet for me!). Perfect on a salad with some cashews on top!
     
  5. Chef Mean Green
    Good recipe, I love western dressing and they no longer carry this at any local grocery stores. This saves me lots of extra miles that I don't have to put on my car to find this dressing :).
     
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  1. Cook In Northwest
    Although I did substitute safflower oil for the canola oil and Splenda for the sugar, this is really an excellent recipe! I absolutely loved it. I used Grey Poupon mustard, as that was what I had on hand. I think French's would have probably been better (closer to the stuff from the "Good Old Days") but it worked out well. I think I'll probably use Dijon mustard in the future, as it is a tad bit less tangy. It's a matter of taste whether you like tangy or not-so, but this recipe really brought back memories of great salads back in the day. Good job!! I put this in my FAVORITES file folder.
     

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