Here’s another incredibly easy salad dressing to make that, just like the other instant dressing I wrote about recently, goes great on just about any salad you can imagine (click either picture on this page for a complete, easy to follow step-by-step picture book recipe). This salad dressing also only requires five ingredients, four of five of which are the same used in the first dressing with one significant difference. Instead of using olive oil or any oil, this dressing substitutes oil with plain yogurt. Now, the thing about oil, even if you’re using olive or canola oil, which are both loaded with healthy fats, is that oil, by definition, is all fat. And fat, even healthy fat, is high in calories, which isn’t necessarily bad unless you’re trying to cut down on calories. Read more »
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Here’s the quickest and easiest salad dressing I know to make that goes great on just about any kind of salad you can imagine. Just click either picture on this page for a complete, easy to follow step-by-step picture book recipe.
The only 5 ingredients you’ll need are garlic powder, ground black pepper, mustard, oil and vinegar (2 different vinegars are shown below because I usually use a combination of vinegars for variety, which is completely optional). For equipment, all you’ll need is a teaspoon and preferably a 16-ounce jar for easy measuring, mixing and storing leftover dressing. If you don’t have a jar, no problem. Just use a measuring cup.
Just as agent 007 “Bond,…James Bond” likes his martinis shaken, not stirred, that’s exactly how we’re gonna’ make this incredibly quick and easy homemade salad dressing that you can see how to make right away by clicking any picture on this page for a step-by-step picture book recipe.