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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Italian Dressing Mix
I loved this recipe. When spooning out the seasoning mix, I felt that I couldn't get an even amount of the granulated seasoning and flaky seasoning. The next time I make this, I will separate items like sugar, salt, onion powder, pepper, celery salt from items like basil, oregano, parsley, thyme and spoon 1T of each (granulated and flaky). The great thing about this recipe is it is a versatile Italian season mix. I spooned out this mix into a cold pasta salad, and I spooned some into a homemade pasta sauce. You don't have to use this just for salad dressing. Try it. Experiment with it.

163 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 26, 2004
Rainbow Pasta Salad I
This is a great recipe. I steamed the broccoli florets to make them soft and instead of shredded mozarella cheese, I used fresh mozzarella cheese and cubed them. I added 1/4C of chopped sundried tomatoes packed in oil and drizzled some of the oil into the salad. I used the Italian dressing mix found on this site. The great thing about this salad is that you can easily substitute the ingredients for items you prefer. It tastes better after mixing in the dressing and a little time in the refreigerator. This gives time for the dressing to really sink into the ingredients.

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 26, 2004
Ranch Dressing II
For someone who doesn't even like Ranch Dressing, this recipe has changed my mind. It was so good. I didn't change anything to this recipe. Made it as is. Since I was going to mix in into a salad and serve, I didn't add the milk to loosen the consistency. However, when I had left overs and need it to be more "pourable" I added milk as needed (1T at a time) and it did the trick. This dressing is a big hit and would definitely make you STOP buying store bought.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 26, 2004

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