French Salad Dressing is both sweet and tart and can be enjoyed on both fruit and green vegetable salads. French dressing is a bit elaborate with ketchup, olive oil, maple syrup and cider vinegar. Black pepper, ground ginger, garlic powder, dry mustard and salt are used to add flavor to French salad dressing.
French Salad Dressing Blogs
05-Aug-2011 By :
Bring in the magic of French cuisine to your table with these exciting French salad dressing ideas . These hearty, healthy, and highly appeasing French dressings can brighten up your salads like nothing else. All you have to do is add an extra jerk of...
14-Feb-2011 By :
Salad dressings have been relished since the early days of ancient Rome. However, in modern times, low calorie salad dressing ideas are very much in demand. Though available easily at the stores, making a low calorie salad dressing at home is so much of fun,...
03-Nov-2010 By :
Looking for a healthy diet doesn’t mean your meal has to taste as if some experiment went wrong or a slimy lab accident. Salad dressings can not only be fat-free but also tasty and inexpensive. Here are a few fat-free salad dressings for you.
22-Apr-2008 By :
In general, salad dressings are based on either vegetable oils, such as olive, groundnut, sunflower, grape seed, sesame seed, walnut and hazelnut, most of which have their own particular flavours but where pride of place goes to the various qualities of olive...