Recipe by shmu
"A simple and tasty non-dairy alternative for Caesar dressing."
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apple cider vinegar
oil-packed minced garlic
Needed more to boost the flavour, lemon juice,Parmesan cheese
This recipe is like a blank canvas...a good jumping off point to customize the dressing to your taste. I was looking for a caesar dressing to use for a salad and this one needed a "face", so I gave it a whirl. As written, it's very mayo-y and kind of bland, but it would be easy to doctor to suit your tastes. I used it with "Carrot Pepperoni Caesar Salad" from this site and the blandness worked well there, but I would not have enjoyed it, as is, on a regular salad. THANKS for the recipe, shmu!
It's a good base for a very low fat dressing if you're careful with your ingredient choice. That said, when I was finished making it, it tasted more like a ranch dressing than it did a caesar. I'm definitely going to experiment more with this!
This was a nice start! My daughter is allergic to milk and gluten, so this was perfect to start with! I added 5 canned anchovies and some cracked pepper for some zing before blending. I also sprinkled parmesan on everyone's salad (except my daughter's), and they really liked it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 197
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