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More than almost any other ingredient, the dressing sets the tone for a salad. Probably the most popular dressing is the vinaigrette, a simple mixture of oil, vinegar, and herbs. Creamy dressings, made with mayonnaise, sour cream, yogurt and similar bases, stand up to more intense ingredients like romaine lettuce and spinach. Heavy dressings also help a salad to stand up to richly flavored entrees, like beef.
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Make Caesar dressing that tastes just like the Outback Steakhouse
Sweet watermelon pairs perfectly with tangy feta cheese in this unique and colorful salad
Delicious cheese ball with ranch dressing. Great for get togethers and holidays. We like it when we watch our Indianapolis Colts…
This French salad dressing recipe has ketchup as its base and is sweetened with honey. A little vinegar, dry mustard, garlic and…
This fresh salad dressing is made with pears, lemon juice, mustard and horseradish--very zippy.