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French Dressing

EatingWell Comfort Foods Made Healthy: The Classic Makeover Cookbook (2009)

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (38 votes)

A homemade cousin of bottled French Dressing.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I thought this really lacked flavor and was kind of watery. I had a similar recipe years ago that used condensed tomato soup,and it was much better. "
French Dressing

5 Reviews for French Dressing

08/08/2013
Anonymous

We've eaten this often and find it a great healthy alternative to other French Dressings with a lot of sugar. I substitute Truvia for the sugar.

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08/08/2013
Anonymous

We've eaten this often and find it a great healthy alternative to other French Dressings with a lot of sugar. I substitute Truvia for the sugar.

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12/13/2012
Anonymous
Very tasty with a few tweaks

This is a pretty good recipe. I doubled all the ingredients except for the thyme and used garlic powder instead of garlic. This makes the recipe easier for those without a food processor/blender. I also added 3/4 cup yogurt to thicken it up a bit. It's perfect for salads and makes a great marinade for chicken!

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04/19/2012
Anonymous
Delicious

I doubled the garlic and added 1 teaspoon of herbs de provence and it was very tasty.

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06/04/2010

I thought this really lacked flavor and was kind of watery. I had a similar recipe years ago that used condensed tomato soup,and it was much better.

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