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Ideas for a good salad dressing?

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2004/03/16 04:26:01 (permalink)
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Ideas for a good salad dressing?

subject pretty much says it. I'm just curious if anyone has any good homemade salad dressings that are healthy and low in fat.
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    Glebitz
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/16 06:36:13 (permalink)
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    I make my own up using one of these vinegars - white wine, Red wine, Balsamic or Cider and olive oil. I often add garlic too as I love it.

    Glebitz
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/16 09:04:22 (permalink)
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    Balsamic vinegar with your daily dose of flax oil!
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/16 10:23:44 (permalink)
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    I like mixing ff bio yogurt with finely chopped cucumber, bit of mint, s&p or just with a squeeze of lemon juice, s&p or you can add a dab of tomato sauce to make more of a seafood sauce.
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/16 13:09:49 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by KitKat

    I like mixing ff bio yogurt with finely chopped cucumber, bit of mint, s&p or just with a squeeze of lemon juice, s&p or you can add a dab of tomato sauce to make more of a seafood sauce.



    bit of mustard powder, teaspoon of sugar, olive oil, red wine vinegar. lovely!
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/16 15:31:11 (permalink)
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    Balsamic Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a little lemon juice!
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/23 20:26:30 (permalink)
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    NEW ENGLAND “RANCH” DRESSING
    1/3 Cup Buttermilk
    2 Tbl & 1 Tsp Low-fat plain yogurt
    2 Tsp Italian parsley, Chopped
    4 Dill sprigs, or thyme
    1/2 Tsp onion, Grated
    white pepper, Freshly Ground

    Mix it all together.
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    shinobi
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/03/23 21:49:02 (permalink)
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    Pizza Express do one. Morrissons sell it! its the mutt's nuts!!!
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/01 15:08:19 (permalink)
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    If you want a quick easy, low fat salad dressing, simply mix 0 fat yoghurt with mint sauce. Yummeh yoghurt and mint dressing.

    Alex.
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/01 19:14:20 (permalink)
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    A little tweak to my previous recipe...makes it easier to make:

    1 cup low fat yogurt
    1 cup heavy whipping cream
    1 packet hidden valley ranch dressing mix

    It has about 8 grams of good CLA fat per serving. If you wanted to avoid fat, go for skim milk and fat free yogurt. No nasty fats in it and it even has some protein (about 2 grams per serving). It's delicious and so easy to make.
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    Slyblackdragon
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/02 00:44:48 (permalink)
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    I used red wine vinegar, virgin olive oil...and all sorts of spices including garlic. Just play with it and make it how you want it.
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/04 22:19:15 (permalink)
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    I agree with SLY, play with it....I throw in anything that I want to eat. Balsamic vinegar with olive oil and greens as the base then throw in....sundried tomatoes, nuts, tuna, crab, chick peas, salmon etc.........I love it cause every time you take a bite, it's a new suprise!!
    Cheers
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/17 01:04:04 (permalink)
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    umm.. lemon juice and some olive oil is pretty good.
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    RE: Ideas for a good salad dressing? 2004/04/26 15:17:53 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by CHTHONIC

    If you want a quick easy, low fat salad dressing, simply mix 0 fat yoghurt with mint sauce. Yummeh yoghurt and mint dressing.

    Alex.



    I tried this when I read it and I can really recommend it. So simple, low cal and makes anything taste good.
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