Recipe by chef Don
"This dressing is a must-have because it makes all salads super-yummy. It's so simple! Top your salad with chicken with almonds, spinach and berries, or orange segments. Use your imagination!"
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I like Honey Mustard dressing and I loved how easy this one was to prepare...I'm sorry to disagree with the other reviewer who said this wasn't flavorful because I thought it had a lot of flavor. Maybe it depends on the mustard you use and the fact that I used celery salt instead of seed. I enjoyed it with salad of iceberg lettuce, shredded carrot and hard boiled egg. But the "appetizer" of pretzels dipped in the dressing wasn't bad either!
I used non-fat plain yogurt, raw honey, yellow mustard and 3/4 tsp. sea salt. It needed the salt. Adding salt does not make it salty.
Thank You...Thank You...Thank You!!! I was so tired of vinegarettes and couldn't find a creamy type dressing that was tasty and satisfying until now. Great dressing!!!
With this dressing, even David is eating salad. Would probably 1/2 the recipe next time - makes too much for 2 people. To use dressing up, poured over spinach ravioli as a sauce then sprinkled with paprika. Delicious!
1 Minute Masterpiece! I mixed whole milk organic yogurt with country dijon and added honey. I think the whole milk yogurt did it--whole milk yogurt is delicious because it has more fat (14%DV). I was pleasantly surprised.
I think this was good - I will probably add a little more mustard for a better kick - twas a bit too sweet. I LOVE honey mustard for dipping chicken - thought this one would be good and much less fattening using yogurt instead of mayo. The only problem I have is it gets so watery - is it the yogurt I'm using?? Are there any suggestions for a low cal better yogurt to use that doesn't get watery?
I made this dressing with "Chobani" plain yogurt, spicy mustard, raw honey and celery salt. This is my new favorite dressing to put on my salads. It sweet but not to sweet and is a little spicy and makes the perfect mixture.
This dressing is alright if you add some onion powder, garlic powder and a generous splash of hot sauce. Definitely needs to sit awhile so the flavours meld. I also added a splash of cider vinegar. Not sure I'd make it again though.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey, Mustard, and Yogurt Salad Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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