MY ITALIAN SALAD DRESSINGS

CREAMY PINK FENNEL DRESSING

CREAMY PINK FENNEL DRESSING

A thick, creamy elegance of sweet tomato, garlic and fennel. This dressing works well over all types of greens!

Makes 1-3/4 cups

2/3 c. corn oil

1/4 c. white vinegar

1/4 c. tomato paste

1/2 c. nondairy liquid creamer

1&1/2 T. white sugar

1 T. light brown sugar

1 t. ground fennel seed

1 t. garlic powder

1 t. dried tarragon

1 t. onion powder

1 t. sweet paprika

1/2 t. salt plus to taste

1/4 t. black pepper

2 dashes red cayenne pepper

Place all ingredients in a blender container. Blend on medium-low speed till blended, then on medium-high speed till thick, smooth and creamy.

Place in covered jar and refrigerate till thoroughly chilled, preferably overnight.

Notes: If you like the taste of fennel, you’ll love this dressing. We call it our special ‘house’ dressing!

QUICK PINK FENNEL DRESSING

This is an impressively easy and delicious dressing that can be used

on any green salad!

A short version of ‘Creamy Pink Fennel Dressing’!

Fat-Free Catalina Salad Dressing (bottled)

nondairy liquid creamer

ground fennel seed

Combine equal parts of fat-free Catalina bottled salad dressing and nondairy liquid creamer. Stir or shake to blend well.

Add ground fennel seed to taste: about 1/2-3/4 teaspoon per cup of pink dressing.

When you’ve no time for the homemade version, this works very well.

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