This seems like a good alternative to store-bought low-calorie dressings, but if you're not skimping on calories, you can skip the milk and Miracle whip. I tried processing the sugar and white vinegar (with a bit of Dijon mustard and salt), slowly adding in olive oil, and whisking in poppy seeds last. Wow was it good. I was even able to make small batches in a bowl, whisking the oil in with a fork. I did find it helpful to microwave the vinegar and sugar a bit; it helped dissolve the sugar. Oh, I also noticed that poppy seeds don't keep all that long in the cupboard. I stock up on bulk seeds at the health food store (they're cheaper), and store them in my fridge (or even freezer, for longer).
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This seems like a good alternative to store-bought low-calorie dressings, but if you're not...