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Salad Dressings-A Collection Of Salad Dressing Recipes

Salad Dressings Recipes

Mamta Gupta

Here is a selection of dressings, some with an Indian flavour. You can experiment by adding various fresh herbs like coriander, dill, parsley, chives to a dressing. You can add finely chopped capers or gherkins, very finely chopped spring onions or red onions. Try adding various spices like chilli powder, garam masala, Cajun spice mix. Add finely grated garlic. Green chillies taste delicious in small quantities. Dijon or other type of coarse mustards also taste good in various dressings. I sometimes use one of the ready-made dressing and liven it up with any of the above. Balsamic/wine/tarragon vinegars are good for thinning very thick dressings. There is no limit to what you can add to a dressing.

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Also see Salad Selection.

Ingredients

  • Ingredients under individual link/recipe

Instructions

  1. Blue Cheese Salad Dressing, picture 1

  2. Coriander and Mint Chutney Dressing. For a delicious, fat free dressing, try mixing this chatni dressing with any finely chopped mixed salad or with sliced onions.

  3. French Vinaigrette

  4. Fresh Herb Vinaigrette; 1/4 cup olive oil, 1 cup light balsamic vinegar, 1 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. coarse black pepper, chopped chives/coriander/mint or other herbs of choice and a little sugar. Place in a jar and shake to mix.

  5. Hot and Spicy Salad Dressing

  6. Lemon Dressing

  7. Lime dressing, Indian Style

  8. Mango Pickle Dressing, excellent in mixed salad like Kachumbhar.

  9. Mayonnaise

  10. Mayonnaise, Curried Mango & Lime

  11. Mayonnaise, Mango Chutney & Lime (Curry Flavoured)

  12. Mustard and Orange Juice Dressing

  13. Ranch Dressing

  14. Simply Mint: Just add minced mint leaves and salt to olive oil.

  15. Sour cream dressing

  16. Tamarind Chutney, it is nice with sliced onions and other chopped salads.

  17. Tamarind Sauce. You can get ready made sauce like Maggi's Tamarind Sauce. If you can�t find it in shops, try making your own It is easy. > It is good with mixed, chopped salads. Contributor Narial

  18. Tarragon Dressing

  19. Thai Dressing, Hot and Sweet

  20. Thousand Island Dressing

  21. Tomato and Basil Dressing

  22. Tomato and Garlic Dressing

  23. Vinaigrette, Indian-fat free and very spicy!

  24. Vinaigrette, Red Wine Vinegar

  25. Vinaigrette, Spicy Indian (Fat-Free )

  26. Vinaigrette With Chilli Flakes and Mint Sauce Place 1 cup balsamic vinegar, 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 tsp. mint sauce, 1 tsp. sea salt, 1 tsp. chilli flakes, 1 tsp. 1 tsp. roasted, coarsely ground cumin and a little organic mint sauce. Shake well. Leave to stand for 1/2-1 hour. Picture 6

  27. Vinaigrette With Chilli and Sun Dried Tomatoes , picture 2

  28. Vinaigrette With Garlic Granule; olive oil, a good balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, chilli flakes and garlic granules.

  29. Vinaigrette with Honey

  30. Vinaigrette with Made Mustard Picture 5

  31. Yoghurt Dressings;

  32. Yoghurt Dressing 1

  33. Yoghurt Dressing 2

  34. Yoghurt Dressing 3

  35. Yoghurt Dressing 4

  36. General instructions for making dressings:

  37. Measure all ingredients into a jar, close lid and shake vigorously until well mixed. Some recipes require the use of a whisk or electric beater, as given.

  38. Store in an airtight jar.

  39. General instructions for making dressings:

  40. Measure all ingredients into a jar, close lid and shake vigorously until well mixed. Some recipes require the use of a whisk or electric beater, as given.

  41. Store in an airtight jar.

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