Honey Poppy Seed Dressing
Photography by Matthew Kimura
Apple juice concentrate is stronger flavoured than apple juice so it gives lots of taste without diluting the dressing. Vegetable stock is a useful ingredient when you're trying to eliminate or reduce oil.
• Buttermilk Peppercorn Dressing
Try this ranch-inspired blend with Boston lettuce, sweet onion and red peppers.
• Caesar Salad Dressing
The mystery ingredient that makes for creamy smoothness is tofu. This dressing makes enough to coat 12 cups (3 L) torn romaine (about 1 head) and 1 cup (250 mL) croutons, and serves eight.
• Chili Lime Dressing
This slightly chunky salsa-based dressing is great on hearty greens, such as torn romaine lettuce
• Feta Cheese Dressing
In order to keep the fat content as low as possible, we use mainly buttermilk in this creamy Greek-style dressing.
• Fruity Nut Dressing
This is decidedly delicious and much easier than stuffing the turkey on Christmas morning.
• Garlic Dill Ranch Dressing
This is a great zesty alternative to the traditional creamy dressing.
• Garlic Dill Ranch Dressing Mix
A gift from the kitchen is a creative and delicious way of showing love to friends and family. Use this mix as a base for a crowd-pleasing dressing, or combine it with softened cream cheese for a dip. Expect to get rave reviews.
• Goat Cheese Salad Dressing
The unique, tangy flavour of goat cheese is lovely with chilled asparagus or green beans, or with a spinach salad with garlicky croutons. If you can't find fines herbs goat cheese, use 1/4 tsp (1 mL) dried fines herbs and regular goat cheese. If made ahead of time, the dressing thickens and turns into a great dip.
• Green Goddess Dressing
Try this dressing for a change. Drizzle it over a fresh, crisp bed of mixed greens.
• Homemade Salad Dressing
An old fashioned standby that preceded mayonnaise in popularity, this dressing can also be used for tuna, egg, potato and chicken salads.
• Honey Poppy Seed Dressing (seen in image above)
This creamy, sweet dressing with a hint of citrus pairs nicely with a spinach and strawberry salad. For 4 servings, toss 1/3 cup (75 mL) dressing with about 8 cups (2 L) greens.
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