Top Rated Dressing Recipes

avocado dressing
Try using avocado to make a creamy dressing. To get your daily fix, drizzle it on just about anything: salads, lettuce wraps, omelets, quinoa bowls… This recipe was contributed by Raw Generation.  
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Slaw
This vegetable-filled slaw is the perfect side salad to serve at every summer party.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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Crispy Chickpea Croutons With Yogurt Dressing
A great recipe to try if you're looking for a new spin on the usual lunch salad. Recipe courtesy of Chef Tom Colicchio
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This better than bottled blue cheese dresing is great on greens or as a dip. 
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Cucumber Salad with Vinegar-Soy Dressing
To be honest, I’ve never really liked cucumbers — until now. This light salad is both refreshing and flavorful, and makes the perfect side dish for dinner. The vinegar provides just enough kick to keep you reaching back for more, and the soy keeps blandness at bay. It can be made in less than 10 minutes, so there’s no excuse not to try it! Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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dressing
This is a simple dressing recipe that will transform your salads.
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ranch dressing
While normal ranch is laden with fats and additives, this yogurt-based alternative is a healthy way to make your salad more satisfying.
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Spinach and Steak Salad with Ginger Dressing
For a quick and easy salad with an Asian twist, toss a hanger steak in a container with soy sauce overnight, drain, pat it dry, grill, and slice thinly to elevate a ginger-dressed salad to a hearty, satisfying meal with a sweet-salty touch. Or, just marinate for a half-hour and then pat dry and do the same!
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Grilled Tofu Sandwich with Peanut Dressing
There's a trendy, Cambodian-inspired sandwich shop in Manhattan called Num Pang that makes a pretty mean tofu sandwich. Such was the inspiration behind my very own version. Mine traces its roots back to Indonesian cuisine, though, with a peanut dressing that's common on dishes like Gado Gado. Also, just as an aside: While writing this recipe I suddenly realized this would have been really good with some cucumbers and cooked bean sprouts instead of lettuce. Just a thought. Click here to see Tofu Can Be Delicious — 6 Great Recipes.
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Green Goddess
This creamy, herb-packed dressing has fat-free Greek yogurt as its base, which adds a tangy and refreshing taste without the heaviness of sour cream or mayonnaise (though there is a touch of mayo in this for flavor).  Click here for more Greek yogurt recipes.
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Here is a recipe I adapted from the cooking of Kurt Gardner, a New York theater man of great culinary passions who has been contributing the dish to our home for years, usually in proportions large enough to feed boroughs. Rare is the month where there is not a frozen bag of this stuff in our freezer, ready to be deployed.
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The Cobb Salad is an iconic American dish. In this recipe, the traditional Cobb Salad gets a lighter touch with Eggland's Best eggs, turkey bacon and a vinaigrette dressing.Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best.
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