Dressings, Sauces and Dips
21 Recipes Created by SANDYJ59
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Make with basil, arugula, or parsley!
This is our family's favorite salad dressing - we have it over both leafy and chopped salads! Delicious as a marinade too! Nutritional information is calculated for approximately eight 2-tablespoon servings - your personal preference may be to use less - the flavors are quite strong and a little goes a long way!Submitted by VERA_MOM
Fresh tomatoes, fresh veggies. low sodium, in slow cookerSubmitted by MRSHONEYC
Tasty snack or side dish, great with tortilla or plantain chips.
One of my absolute FAVORITES. A great vegetarian dinner served over rice with tasty hot sauce. YUMMY.
Serves 6 as a side dish/main course.Submitted by MYSHARONANY
We've updated the classic spinach dip by adding tangy feta and
omitting the artichokes and much of the fat.
Since I love spinach and I love alfredo, I decided to see if I could create a "company worthy" dish. Let's put it this way, Mom, who's usually kind of picky, scraped her plate until she had every bit of it!Submitted by RREED01562
Found this salad dressing on line and added different veggies with ended up tasting delicious and the whole family loved it- I serve this with my Ranchera pork tacosSubmitted by MSSBETTYBOOP6
Great tasting and inexpencive alternative to other oriental dressings serving size : 1 tablespoon\
I did some checking on the comments on my dressing. to those who think corn syrup is bad try looking up a possible side effects list? whatever. i checked to see if there was any fat in it. ???? not. and if you want to use the following if you are really scared here's the comparison
corn syrup 60cal/tbs 16.3 carbs
Honey 64.4cal/tbs 17.5 carbs
Brown sugar 51.7cal/tbs 13.4 carbs
just a side note try looking at a label in a store bought oriental dressing to see what's in it and compare the cost that will convert you to homemade dressings in a hurry :)Submitted by MAMATEMBO