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Herb and Garlic Dressing

Rated as 4.73 out of 5 Stars

"I found this years ago in a recipe book made by a local church auxiliary. I make it and use it as a dressing for pasta salad or tomato and cucumber Greek salad. I usually mix a day ahead and the flavors taste 100 times better!"
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10 m servings 257
Original recipe yields 4 servings


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  1. Whisk vegetable oil, vinegar, sugar, salt, parsley, garlic, basil, celery seed, marjoram, and black pepper together in a bowl.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 257 calories; 27.6 3.3 0.3 0 292 Full nutrition

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I also used extra virgin olive oil instead of vegetable oil and I chose to use balsamic vinegar instead of plain vinegar. Because I am watching my sugar intake, I substituted one packet Truvia f...

This is a good, solid salad dressing! I did use olive oil rather than the vegetable oil, and my vinegar was white balsamic--a nice complement to the flavors of herbs. I used my garlic press ra...

Loved this-I made with apple cider vinegar and didn't have the marjoram so I just omitted it. Squirt of honey in place of white sugar. Turned out delicious!

So the Good Seasons Garlic & Herb dressing is my favorite! But is really hard to find around my area. I'm so glad I found this recipe as it tastes EXACTLY like it! I'm not a fan of celery seed s...

Subbed Red wine or Balsamic vinegar for white and doubled. Extra virgin olive oil. Spices: doubled, including salt. Sugar: unnecessary or halved. Garlic: pressed or powder. Ha...

Very tasty. I substituted oregano for the marjoram so it could be used for Greek salad. I also added a squeeze of lemon. Will make again. Nice combination of herbs, which could be be doubled for...

Outstanding flavour... I have been asked to make again for Thanksgiving dinner. (I substituted white balsamic for the white vinegar and honey in place of sugar)

I made this recipe as written twice. I may try cutting the the sugar in half and try a good balsamic next time. But raves from my dinner guests both times.

This is by far my favorite salad dressing! Salty and light with a tangy taste all the way. I reduce the usage of oil by 25% to get a thicker concentrate. I will definitely make this again next w...