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Orange-Oregano Dressing

March/April 2007, The EatingWell Diet (2007)

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (39 votes)

What this dressing lacks in calories and fat it makes up for in big, bold orange flavor and herbal oregano notes.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I didn't like the flavor of the dressing at all. I was very dissapointed. "
Orange-Oregano Dressing

4 Reviews for Orange-Oregano Dressing

07/20/2013

just made this dressing, only used half the vinegar and sprinkling of oregano.no salt,just pepper.Still found it rather sharp so added a little splenda sweetener....delicious!!!

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01/17/2012
Anonymous

Light and flavorful citrus accent on the EatingWell green salads. Fresh orange juice, zest and oregano from the garden blended well together. I reduced the vinegar by half to our taste.

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07/19/2010
Anonymous

I didn't like the flavor of the dressing at all. I was very dissapointed.

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mrs.eunybuny wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

Well, what all did you not like about it? I mean, do you think that maybe you used spicy peppered mustdard instead of regular mustard? I mean all the flavors so overpowering... I'm dissing the cider vinegar and oregano!

04/23/2010
Anonymous

This dressing was good until I added the oregano. The oregano was overpowering and it doesn't seem to go well with the orange, at least in this application.

I am going to try this again without oregano. Maybe some other herb would be better.

FYI, I am not a picky eater and usually like oregano.

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mrs.eunybuny wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

Well, I honestly think that if if you use this dressing with the romaine salad w/orange, feta and cheese, it may be best to subsituite some of theese overpowering condinements with tomatoe and basil feta cheese. That's what I'm going to do when I make it this week! cuz i mean the recipie (with salad) already tastes tangy enough with the orange AND orange zest!

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