The supermarket seems to be exploding with salad dressing selections these days, and it can be hard to know what to choose. Some may sound good, but they also cost a pretty penny and often contain sugar or chemical sweeteners that you just don't need. Why not make your own homemade salad dressings, many of which can be quickly whipped up with ingredients you probably already have in the house? A simple olive oil and mustard dressing gives the salad a tangy little kick, while a Middle Eastern salad dressing adds levels of exotic flavor. A balsamic marinade and salad dressing is a classic, as is a homemade Caesar dressing.
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This festive ranch salad dressing, features the familiar flavors of creamy ranch dressing, with the zing of fresh tomatillos and southwestern inspired herbs & spices. It is a great salad dressing for a green salad or as a dip for fresh vegetables.
This simple yet tasty homemade ranch dressing combines mayonnaise with tangy buttermilk and herbs resulting in a creamy and authenticate ranch salad dressing. This recipe keeps for several days in the refrigerator and tastes better after the flavors have had a chance to fully meld. This recipe makes a small amount of dressing, just enough for a salad or two, but doubles or even triples beautifully.