"This is a sundried tomato and fresh basil with pine nut salad dressing...also olive oil and balsamic. Use on a light romaine or a spinach salad...Dressing can be hot or cold, your choice...enjoy!" — Doreen
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sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
fresh basil leaves, sliced
pine nuts, chopped
This dressing is soooo good, everyone enjoyed it and wanted the recipe. I used it over a spring mix salad. DEFINATELY A KEEPER!!
I probably should't rate this because i had to make some changes. Isaw this and wanted it for my salad tonight, but i didn't have balsamic vineger so iused balsamic dressing and adjusted everything else. I also left out pinenuts and am going to toast them and top the salad with them. Next time i will make per recipe Thanks i love fresh basil Pine nuts and sundried tomatoes.Ok i just ate this on my salad tonight and it was great the only thing i added to the greens was cucumber.and the pinenuts on top. VERY TASTY IF YOU LIKE SUNDRIED TOMATOES, MINE WERE IN OIL AND I ALSO ADDED A SMALL AMOUNT OF OIL TO DRESSING
Great Dressing - I roasted the Pine Nuts which gave the dressing a good flavor. I also added a dash of pepper. So many compliments - thanks !
We thought this was okay as a salad dressing, but even better as a chicken marinade, which we then chopped up and put on romaine... so I guess it ended up being on salad anyway! I used sun dried tomatoes in oil. I drained the oil from the tomatoes, but still slightly decreased the olive oil in the recipe to make up for it. I also wanted my tomatoes finely chopped, so I pulsed them in my food processor a bit before stirring with the other ingredients.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tomato, Basil, Pine Nut Dressing
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 108
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