Recipe by Inge Wolf
"This is a delicious tangy and sweet dressing. It's perfect over a fresh spinach salad and is my fiance's favorite!"
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red wine vinegar
1 1/2 teaspoons
chopped fresh parsley
ground black pepper
This dressing is very good - sweet and tangy! Don't test taste, though, because it DOES get better as it's chilled. Next time, I might use less sugar, or even Equal to lighten it up. I also had to use 2 tsp prepared mustard instead of mustard powder. Yum!
I thought this dressing was okay. I used it on a pasta salad I took to work. However the women I worked with gave it rave reviews. I ended up adding a little dried dill because I didn't think it had enough flavor. I split the difference and gave it three stars.
Great, simple recipe. I used it in the Mexican Cornbread Salad recipe by Jose on this site. It was just right in the salad. I did use half the oil and increased the sour cream (reduced fat) to thicken it up a bit.
This dressing was very good with fresh spinach. Just be sure and mix thoroughly, and I would recommend using sparingly. A little goes a long way because it's quite oily.
I had an abundance of sour cream so typed in "sour cream salad dressing" and found this recipe. Was a little put off by the sugar but since I had all of the ingredients-set about recalculating for 4 servings. I found a great way to eliminate the sugar-use RICE VINEGAR! Also, I had Dijon mustard on hard-use it if you have it! The result was a beautifully creamy-and sufficiently sweet for my taste-dressing. I used it on a pasta vegetable salad and added it to My Recipe Box for future use. I wanted to share the sugar substitute idea for those of you who might be put off by the white sugar ingredient. Oh, I taste-tested too, which is why I knew immediately that this recipe is a keeper.
Excellent dressing! I added it to the salad before serving and to my surprise, everyone loved it!
this is really good and have been making this for years. when I make cuke salad I replace dill for the parsley.
This also makes a really good slaw. I would cut the sugar some.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sour Cream Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 171
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