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Homemade salad dressings

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Here are links to a few of my favorite homemade salad dressings. Organic cold expeller pressed extra virgin olive oil is, of course, the healthiest, and also by far the most expensive. Use pure olive oil instead to keep the cost down, but don't use canola, safflower, corn, vegetable, sunflower, or other similar oils. Olive oil solidifies in the fridge, so you might need to bring out the dressing a bit before you plan to serve it to give it a time to liquify. If you put it in an old salad dressing bottle or something narrow like that, it will liquify sooner than if it is in a pint jar.

Andi's Greek Salad Dressing - recipes.sparkpeople.com/

Italian Salad Dressing - recipes.sparkpeople.com/

Vinaigrette Mayo Salad Dressing - recipes.sparkpeople.com/

Ginger, Soy and Sesame Marinade and Dressing - recipes.sparkpeople.com/

I wish I could find a homemade ranch dressing that I like. I've tried several, but they just don't taste right. I guess they don't have the right chemicals and preservatives.
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    I have never had homemade ranch dressing. It would be nice to have a good recipe for it as it is one of the most popular flavors.
    1824 days ago
    Thanks, Faith.
    1825 days ago
    Yummy! TFS! emoticon
    1825 days ago
    For a ranch type dressing or dip I mix mayo and sour cream some onion powder, garlic powder and a bit of dried parsley flakes. Not bad but kind of thick. I suppose you could thin it down somehow. But I really like the taste.
    1825 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/24/2013 12:58:50 PM
    emoticon for the recipies
    1825 days ago
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