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WOW with a few changes this recipie was the best I have ever tasted!!! so fresh and creamy delish! First of all I put used 1/2 cup of sugar not a whole cup, and I used olive oil instead of veggie oil. I put all ing. (except the olive oil) into the food processor on high until well blended. I then turned the the processor down to low and slowly in a steady stream poured in the olive oil until blended and slightly thick. all I can say is WOW my whole family raved about this salad dressing. It is truly worth a try.
Absolutely Delicious! I did change the method of preparation and added about 1/2 tsp. garlic powder. I put all of the ingredients except the oil into a blender. Pulsed several times to incorporate. I then blended on high speed and slowly added the vegetable oil in order to completely emulsify so that the oil wouldn't separate upon sitting in the frig. and poured the mixture into a quart mason jar covered and sealed. I am looking forward to my LARGE salad this evening with this wonderful tasty dressing. THANKS Mary Ann for sharing this with all of us--reminds me of the dressing I ate as a child some 65 years ago.
It does taste like my grandma's dressing but I didn't really like it all that much when Grandma made it either. It's very sweet and the ketchup is rather strong. It reminds me a lot of those French-Catalina dressings that were all the rage at church potlucks in the seventies. I don't want to rate it too low because you may really like that sort of thing. Only a bozo (like me) wouldn't expect sweet with that much sugar in the recipe! If sweet orange-hued french dressing floats your boat you may love this. It just wasn't for us.
I used 1/2 a large onion 1/2 the amount of sugar and added 1 clove of garlic and a tbsp of molasses which cut the onion flavour a bit and kept the colour rich. I took Gordon's advice and blended all the ingredients except the oil which I added slowly at the end. Very nice.
WOW!! What can I say. This dressing was wonderful. Very light and refreshing. Its alot like a Catalina. I had my hubby try it before I told him there was ketchup in it. He loved it. The ketchup is surprisingly nice in this dressing. I will definately make this again and a larger amount of it!
The onion is wonderful if you mince puree or blend it with the other ingredients. I agree that it does not need that much sugar or oil to taste good and sweet. Too grainy with all that sugar! You really need to emulsify it and let it sit in the refrigerator to meld. Next time I'll cut the oil in half and cut back a little on the sugar. But it was tasty. My dinner guests and family enjoyed it and yes I would make it again. It'a a nice addition to my repertoire of salad dressings. Thank you!