Creamy Dill Dressing

Creamy Dill Dressing

"This refreshing, easy-to-mix salad dressing scores big with Kathryn Anderson's family and friends in Wallkill, New York. The creamy blend adds big dill flavor to garden-fresh salads, yet it's thick enough to use as a lively dip for raw veggies."
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5 m servings
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  1. In a small bowl, combine all ingredients; stir until smooth. Cover and chill. Serve over salad greens or as a dip for raw vegetables. Store in the refrigerator.

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I tried my best to use even amounts of mayonnaise, reduced fat sour cream and fat free greek yogurt. I don't keep half-n-half on hand--I used fat free evaporated milk in it's place. I omitted th...

Simply delicious! If you like the flavor of dill, you'll like this dressing. It's not overpowering, it's very light and as the title states - creamy. It works as a dip if you leave it as is be...

I was looking for a dill dressing to go with a green salad, used leftovers for veggie dip (perfect w/ celery & carrots) and quite by accident found it makes wonderful sauce for salmon. Loved th...

Excellent. Nice balance of sour cream and mayonnaise, and the seasonings all coordinate to make a fresh tasting and flavorful dressing with no one ingredient dominating another. I used fresh dil...

Very good easy dressing/dip recipe. The only change I made was to add a couple tablespoons of milk as it was a little too thick as a dressing for my taste.

Used this as a dressing for pasta salad with fresh veggies. I added parmesan cheese to balance the flavors. It was very good. I used the dressing as is on grilled cod and it was also very good. ...

We used this as salad dressing and also on the fish we had for dinner. With the lemon juice and dill it would be a nice sauce for any fish. I used non fat half-n-half, low fat sour cream, a mi...

This was wonderful!!! I did not use Worcestershire sauce, but other than that I followed the directions. I must say that it should be made at least a day prior to consumption. It tastes soooo...

This is tasty, but incredibly thick. It is more like a dip, so I served it with sliced sweet peppers. I did low fat mayo, fat free sour cream and skim milk to cut calories. I ended up adding ext...

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