Top Rated Dressing Recipes

Once you try the fresh, clean taste of homemade salad dressings, you’ll never want a store-bought bottle again. The buttermilk, mayonnaise, and sour cream churned with onions, lemon juice, and multiple spices make an exciting dish out of your plain old greens.Click here to see Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Recipes
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Whole Fish
  We put this dressing in a squeeze bottle and drizzle it on virtually everything that comes off the restaurant’s spit or grill: dry-aged rib-eye steak, lamb chops, chicken, whole fish, shellfish, even grilled vegetables. The capers, garlic, oregano, and lemon impart an instantly recognizable Greek taste. To keep the dressing fresh and vibrant, we combine all the ingredients except for the lemon juice in the morning. Then, in small batches as needed throughout the day, we whisk in the lemon juice. You can do the same at home if you need to prepare the dressing ahead.
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We all could cut back on the calories over the summer — especially with grilling — and this recipe makes it easy by giving a huge serving of flavor without the guilt. 
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Dressing
A simple and refreshing dressing to serve atop a bed of greens or a Deconstructed Salmon Niçoise Salad. — Allison Beck
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Slaw with Warm Bacon Dressing
I recall making a wonderful warm bacon slaw once when I had visited my parents in St. Louis after moving to North Carolina. I can't say for sure now, but I'm betting it was something my mom or dad picked up from my grandma Lizette who prepared a lot of German dishes. Let’s call this my updated version of that creation. Cabbage cooked just a bit in a warm bacon dressing with brown sugar and mustard… How can you go wrong?
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With your little black dress on and this drink in your hand, you'll be unstoppable .
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Savory? Check. Tangy? Check. A smidge sweet? Check. This well-balanced dressing is inspired by Thai flavor profiles and works with a number of dishes, be it grilled beef salad, splashed on cucumbers as a snack, or as an unique dressing for vegetable slaw. 
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The useful thing about this dressing is that it doesn't only have to be using as a dressing. It can also be served alongside satays or potstickers as a dipping sauce. Or you can baste shrimp or other proteins and vegetables on the grill with this for a hint of sweetness and tang on your barbecued foods. The uses are many and what's best is its easy to make! 
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I have loved this dressing ever since I was a kid. Carrot-Ginger Dressing, which almost always accompanies a green salad in Japanese restaurants, has a sweet and tangy flavor combination that everyone seems to love. But it was only recently that I learned the two secrets to this dressing. One: You have to cook the carrots ever so slightly to soften them and bring out their sweetness. Two: The secret ingredient that makes the dressing “pop” is neither carrot nor ginger. It’s shallot.
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Coleslaw
This coleslaw could not be easier to make. The peanut dressing is creamy yet refreshing and is sure to add a kick to your next outdoor party.  Click here to see 8 Cook-Out Side Dishes.
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The creamy avocado in this dressing pairs well with the invigorating and bright taste of fresh mint and works wonderfully for a light yet filling summer salad. Try using it on greens like watercress or arugula. Click here to see 4 Summer Salad Dressings.
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Drizzle this dressing over simple fresh greens, or use it for everything from chopped chicken salad to steamed vegetables. Click here to see In Season: Grapes Recipes
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