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Ranch Dressing
This dressing has a great taste and is better than store bought. This recipe make 1 gallon of dressing. Reduce liquid by same reduction in spices for a smaller amount.
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Honey Mustard Dressing
This is a great Honey Mustard recipe that goes very well with chicken tenders. Can cut in 1/2, double or triple by just increasing each ingredient by the number of times you are increasing the recipe amount.
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Thousand Island Salad Dressing
1,000 Island dressing that is full of flavor and goes great with any salad.
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Garlic Parmesan Salad Dressing
Garlic Parmesan dressing is very good on chicken wings and is also a nice change for garden salads. This recipe makes one gallon, so reduce ingredients accordingly for smaller amounts.
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Cheddar Ranch Salad Dressing
Ranch dressing with a twist; bacon and Cheddar cheese. Nice way to add zip to any salad.
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Russian Salad Dressing
Wonderful salad dressing with abundant different tastes.
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Russian Salad Dressing2
Different twist to a very nice dressing.
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Creamy Fruit Mayonnaise Salad Dressing
Nice blend of ingredients for a tasty dressing.
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French Salad Dressing
Easy to make dressing with a very nice taste.
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French Salad Dressing2
A top-notch basic with many variations.
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Add sparkle to salads with extra-good dressings and garnishes. Try for contrast in texture, flavor and color when choosing salad dressings and garnishes. Serve salad dressing with the salad or pass it at the table.

What type of dressing to choose - sweet or tart, thick or thin - may be determined by your family's taste. Maindish salads made with meat, fish, poultry, eggs, beans, cheese, or potatoes usually call for a mayonnaise-type or cooked salad dressing. But some of these more substantial salads are good with tart French dressing - salad oil combined with lemon juice or vinegar plus seasonings.

Tart French dressing is the most likely choice for vegetable salads and vegetable-fruit combinations. But some vegetable salads may well take a mayonnaise or cooked dressing.

Reserve the sweet clear French dressings for fruit salads. Mayonnaise made milder with whipped cream or thinned and sweetened with fruit juice is good for fruit salads too.

There are 3 basic types of vinegars: cider vinegar, white vinegar, and wine vinegar. Herb vinegars may be made from any of them. Do not keep herb vinegars in the refrigerator. If they become too strong after standing, simply dilute with the same type of vinegar from which they were made.

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