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Tangy Poppy Seed Dressing

Rated as 4.67 out of 5 Stars

"'My sister-in-law was kind enough to share her recipe for this deliciously tangy salad dressing,' Michele Prendergast recalls from Kingston, New York. 'A super homemade mixture, it stirs up in a jiffy.'"
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Ingredients

5 m servings
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. In a jar with tight-fitting lid, combine the first seven ingredients and shake well. Serve over salad greens.

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Most helpful positive review

I omitted the salt in this great tasting salad dressing. Next time, I will cut the oil in half for a lower calorie dressing with a great tangy dressing. Thanks for the recipe!

Most helpful critical review

While this was good, I wasn't real impressed. I was hoping for a sweet/sour, but all I could taste was the vinegar. My husband liked it, but I felt it needed more sugar.

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I omitted the salt in this great tasting salad dressing. Next time, I will cut the oil in half for a lower calorie dressing with a great tangy dressing. Thanks for the recipe!

AWESOME! I made this with a clove of fresh minced garlic instead of the powder and only had rice vinegar on hand. THE TASTE WAS VERY VERY GOOD!! Perfect for a plain green leaf salad.

Very quick and easy. Tasted great over a spinach and strawberry salad. I didn't have dijon and substituted a sweet/hot mustard which I really liked.

We added a bit more dijon and honey to our preferred taste. My husband said that it's his new favorite salad dressing...Thank You so much for a simple and yummy (and very quick to make) salad t...

This recipe is wonderful!!! I have it at least once a week! I add it to fresh greens with cranberry/raisins, diced pears and apples. Thank you for sharing!!!

I wouldn't change a thing, a great dressing, make ahead so the flavors have time to get married. I served this on Parrothead salad on this site.

While this was good, I wasn't real impressed. I was hoping for a sweet/sour, but all I could taste was the vinegar. My husband liked it, but I felt it needed more sugar.

I made this as a dressing for the Super Seven Spinach Salad on this site. It is delicious. Today I made a double batch. Great combination with that salad or any green salad.