Recipe by sal
"This cool, creamy and tangy dressing is a spicy pink classic!"
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So much better than store bought and so quick and easy to throw together why bother with the bottled stuff? This was exactly what I was looking for to slather on our Reuben sandwiches. When I make it again, I think I'll try more horseradish. (For those who are not sure, the chili sauce called for is Heinz 57, or something similiar, not the hot chili sauce!)
didn't like the colour
Not quite what I expected but still good. Next time I'll increase the amount of chili sauce. This would make an excellent dipping sauce for boiled shrimp!
I have to give this 5-stars because it was wonderful even though I used lowfat mayo. I also used this over a shrimp salad. Yummy!!!
Very good, and so easy to make! I always have these items on hand so it's great to be able to make this homemade vs. buying the stuff in a bottle and it tastes so much better too. I used this for "The Earl's Sandwich" from this site but I'll be sure to remember this for reubens too.
great flavor. I didnt use it on salad, just for dipping seafood and in recipes. I dunno what that other person meant about not liking the color, it's around the same color as thousand island dressing, a kind of really light pink/orange.
Just what I needed for my Reuben sandwiches. I only added just a touch of garlic powder and a little fresh ground pepper. Thanks!
Yummy! Perfect the way it is. Has a nice bite to it. A little less chili sauce or horseradish would make it taste like your regular store-bought russian dressing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chilled Russian Salad Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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