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Serve this fragrant, flavorful dressing with any green salad or toss with steamed veggies, if you like. It also makes a bold dipping sauce for spring rolls and dumplings.
Drizzle this tangy dressing over green salads or steamed veggies.
Making your own ranch dressing is surprisingly easy. Your salads will thank you!
Here's a dressing that's cool and crisp, and especially nice with rosy tomatoes.
Enjoy this dressing with greens or drizzle over grilled chicken or meats, especially lamb.
Drizzle this dressing over simple fresh greens, or use it for everything from chopped chicken salad to steamed vegetables.
This flavorful fat-free salad dressing is great over spinach and arugula, and it's also delicious as a dip for pear or apple wedges or raw vegetables.
This vinegar-free dressing is surely good on a salad, and really good on a baked potato or in mashed potatoes.
This versatile dressing is great for salads and slaws, but also try it as a dip for veggies or a sandwich spread.
This creamy dressing is at its best when tossed with crisp romaine or iceberg lettuce. Use it as a dip for raw carrot and celery sticks, radishes and steamed asparagus spears, too.
Quick and simple, why pay to go out when you can make it at home? No matter what type of sandwich you like, here's a perfect replication of the oil-and-vinegar herbed dressing that makes a sub-shop sandwich so delicious.
Experiment by trying different vinegars and mustards to craft your perfect blend. A mild honey such as clover or orange blossom works best in this recipe. Toss dressing with salad greens or serve as a dipping sauce with chicken, fried mozzarella or potatoes.
Kiwi fruit and oranges are blended together with a splash of balsamic vinegar to make a tart and creamy dressing that is right at home drizzled over lettuces or used as a dipping sauce for grilled shrimp. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook.
White miso is the most mild and sweet tasting miso and here it blends with tofu to form the creamy silken texture of this dressing, perfect for salads. The taste becomes addictive, though, so you'll likely end up drizzling it on steamed vegetables, potatoes and pasta as well.
This thick and creamy dressing stars the full flavor of aged Parmigiano-Reggiano. If you like, you can replace the olive oil called for with an additional 2 tablespoons yogurt and 2 tablespoons milk. Recipe courtesy of Meghann Anderson of Meals and Miles.
This recipe comes to us courtesy of Joel Fuhrman, M.D.
The perfect accompaniment to a salad of crisp lettuce leaves, thinly sliced radishes and tomato wedges.
Serve this dressing just as you would a traditional Caesar dressing and we bet no one will notice the difference.
Mint tea brings a cool, refreshing flavor to this dressing. Enjoy over salad greens, coleslaw or tomato and feta salad.
Serve this light dressing over a fresh green salad, with a slice of warm garlic bread on the side.