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Roasted Garlic Dressing

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Made with mellow roasted garlic and chicken broth, this creamy dressing contains very little oil and no egg yolks or mayonnaise. It is perfect with a simple salad of romaine lettuce and red onion rings or with a main-dish salad.



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"In answer to Eileen Kruper's comment: I think the reason to use it within two days is because it contain chicken broth . Try making a smaller amount if the original recipe is too much for you to consume in two days. Hope this helps. It is...
Roasted Garlic Dressing Recipe

5 Reviews for Roasted Garlic Dressing

10/27/2009
Anonymous

In answer to Eileen Kruper's comment: I think the reason to use it within two days is because it contain chicken broth . Try making a smaller amount if the original recipe is too much for you to consume in two days. Hope this helps. It is very tasty - you won't be sorry.

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10/27/2009
Anonymous

@Eileen - I think the recommendation is to make it up to 2 days ahead so the flavors can blend. It will stay good in the fridge after that.

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Great dressing - easy to make and very healthy. I use it on a nice Italian Lettuce salad with home made croutons and fresh ground pecorino romano.

Mike, Providence, RI

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

I want to try this, but am a bit put off by the last sentence: "Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days." None of the ingredients are all that perishable. Why wouldn't this last at least a week or even more in the fridge? (I was told to choose a rating after I hit the "Submit" button, so I did, assuming that without it my message wouldn't be sent. But, obviously, I haven't tried this yet.)

Eileen Kruper, Troy, MI

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

This is the most wonderful salad dressing and very low calorie. I made it for the first time yesterday and made it for my friends and it was a very big hit. The garlic is not overpowering at all. Yummo!

Dee, San Bernardino, CA

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