Recipe by Jackie
"This is a super easy recipe that includes no tomato."
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This dressing is FANTASTIC!! This is exactly what I expect a French dressing to be; smooth, creamy and ORANGE, slightly sweet, slightly tangy, and just a tiny bit spicy. For years I have searched for a recipe for true French dressing that I could make fresh at home, and finding this one makes me so happy. I have made this recipe both with homemade mayo and with Hellmman’s and find them equally good (Hellmman’s also makes a good bottled French dressing; It is also a creamy orange dressing with no tomatoes or catsup, as are most of the other major brands of French).
This is awful. It tastes like mayonaise and I let it chill for 24 hours. The smell was horrible. I do not recommend this one.
wonderful i added lime juice to make it runnier and used hellman light i think it depends on your mayo if it is good one serving for me would be enough for 5 serings
A nice change from garlicky italian type dressings.
Taste more like thousand island to me, but still tasty. I added some garlic pepper, lemon juice, and garlic salt to add a little more flavor to it. Overall, not a bad recipe at all. It would depend on individual taste with this one.
This is pretty bland, extremely thick, and tastes a bit too sweet for me. It does NOT work well to make this with fat free mayo, for sure. I'm giving it 3 stars as a possible foundation for a dressing recipe, but as is, the recipe just does not make a very good dressing.
*WONDERFUL* recipe...delicious and so easy, I was able to use up all the odd leftovers in my kitchen to make it. Definitely will save this recipe and make again.
Great Dressing! A keeper.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
French Dressing I
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 316
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