Top Rated Salad Dressing Recipes

Supreme Pasta Salad
Making Supreme Pasta Salad is super easy with this recipe. Grab your favorite pasta, whether it's penne, rotini or fusilli, and add vegetables like broccoli, carrots, bell peppers and tomatoes. Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Easy ramp confit recipe - wild ramps food
A confit is just a fancy word describing the process of submerging an ingredient in oil or fat and cooking over very low heat. Everything is imbued with terrific flavor, and the process helps preserve whatever is in the confit. If you have ramps left over as the season comes to a close, consider preserving your harvest with ramp confit.This recipe was originally featured in Ingredient Spotlight: Ramps (and 3 Ramp Recipes)
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A traditional Cobb Salad will use chicken, bacon and blue cheese -- but this bad boy uses lobster.This recipe is courtesy of Get Maine Lobster.
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tahini sauce with green chiles
This tahini-based sauce has an incredibly balanced flavor with just a little kick at the end.
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How great is a Caesar salad when you get a bite of lettuce, drenched in dressing, and a crispy crouton? Now take that crouton and replace it with fries. We did, and it was amazing. Click here to see 15 Over-the-Top Fry Recipes
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Crab Salad Louis recipe - The Daily Meal
When it comes to the roots of crab salad Louis, there is some discrepancy as to whether it was invented at the Solari Restaurant in San Francisco or at the Bohemian Restaurant in Portland, Oregon. The only consensus on this wonderful seafood-based salad is that it includes chunks of cold-poached crab and is garnished with hard-cooked eggs, black olives and a house dressing of either Thousand Island or Russian. —Marcy Goldman-Posluns, Chicago TribuneThis recipe is reportedly the version created by the Solari Restaurant in San Francisco, California. This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Classic Italian Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
Simple, fresh ingredients make this salad a favorite of everyone who tastes it. Garbanzo beans, hard boiled egg, Kalamata olives and tomato wedges are tossed with crunchy romaine then drizzled with a tart Italian dressing.This recipe is from Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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During this holiday season, you can still eat healthily and enjoy a thyme caesar salad. This recipe is courtesy of  JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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This dish is delicious whether served warm or cold. Texas de Brazil kitchens use a professional torch to give a nice char to roasted vegetables such as bell peppers, jalapenos and onions once the veggies are out of the oven. If you are trying this recipe and you have a torch designed for the home kitchen, char the asparagus and onions after they have been sautéed—the char will add a nice smoky flavor. You can also add shredded chicken breast to make this salad a meal.This recipe is from Texas de Brazil in Orlando, Florida, and was originally published in the Orlando Sentinel.
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Green Goddess Dressing recipe - The Daily Meal
The original green goddess recipe is said to have been created in the early 1920s by chef Philip Roemer at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco for an event honoring actor George Arliss, who starred in the hit play "The Green Goddess." This classic mayonnaise-based dressing, boldly flavored with anchovy and tarragon, can easily be prepared in a blender or food processor. It is delicious over a variety of lettuces, mixed into chicken salad, and served as a dip for raw vegetables or steamed artichokes.This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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