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2003/12/09 23:49:21 (permalink)

dessings for salad and sandwiches.....


Hi

Im slowly working my way through the boards! james had kindly got me on track with a diet and its working well, i was wondering as salad on its own doesn't have the most interesting and varied flavour does anyone know of a salad dressing similar to mayo or something but made with skimmed milk and egg whites that will be full of protein and make salad taste a bit more appetising? if no one has already tried and tested anything i might have a go at something of my own.

Cheers, RICH
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    Serberus
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    RE: dessings for salad and sandwiches..... 2004/01/03 21:32:18 (permalink)
    Balsamic vinegar and olive oil on salad is nice. You can experiment, I've added wholegrain mustard to it also and it worked out alright.
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    RE: dessings for salad and sandwiches..... 2004/01/04 01:06:48 (permalink)
    ill give that a try. Im sure it was balsamic vinegar i had on a salad not too long ago in an italian restaurant and it was awsome. cheers mate.
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    RE: dessings for salad and sandwiches..... 2004/01/04 01:13:38 (permalink)
    No problem. It probably was I think it's a classic Italian/Med dressing.

    I believe the rule of thumb is twice as much olive oil as balsamic vinegar.
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