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Chef Gerard's Award Winning Caesar Salad Dressing

Bueny

"Recipe from my dad, Chef Gerard (now deceased). He trained in France and Germany. He developed this recipe as assistant chef at Waldorf Astoria Hotel in NYC many years ago. He later used this at Blackstone Hotel in Kansas City, Drake Hotel in Chicago, and when he was Executive Chef at the Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City (where he was featured in Gourmet Magazine). This recipe won countless awards and was in national cooking magazines. Not as easy as other Caesar dressing recipes, but worth the effort! I guarantee it! Julia Child has a great Caesar dressing recipe, but this recipe beat hers in one contest. Chef Gerard suggested letting this dressing stay in the refrigerator for 2 days for better flavor. Optional, but suggested."
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Ingredients

30 m servings 662 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. Crush parsley, green onions, celery salt, oregano, basil, black pepper, paprika, and garlic cloves together to create a paste. Combine paste with olive oil, Burgundy wine, white wine vinegar, and stewed tomatoes in a mixer. Mix for 5 minutes. Refrigerate. Stir well before serving.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 662 calories; 72.3 g fat; 4.4 g carbohydrates; 0.8 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 334 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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This dressing is absolutely wonderful, Bueny! Can't help but wonder why it's called Caesar Dressing since the ingredients nor the flavor is anywhere near Chef Caesar Cardini's original creation ...

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Made for Recipe Group. This was just ok for me. It had a strong vinegar taste and I too added some sugar as it was a little tart. I blitzed it with the immersion blender. This is not at all what...

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This dressing is absolutely wonderful, Bueny! Can't help but wonder why it's called Caesar Dressing since the ingredients nor the flavor is anywhere near Chef Caesar Cardini's original creation ...

I have been searching for one dressing like this...... Delight , Excellent!

"Chef Gerard's Award Winning Caesar Salad Dressing" met my expectations: I had hoped to be able to make a delicious gluten-free (no croutons) dairy-free (no Parmesan cheese) "Caesar Salad." I us...

We really enjoyed this recipe by the late Chef Gerard Bueneman. I had never made nor eaten a "Caesar salad dressing" using these unique ingredients and was pleasantly surprised. By using my imme...

Made for Recipe Group. This was just ok for me. It had a strong vinegar taste and I too added some sugar as it was a little tart. I blitzed it with the immersion blender. This is not at all what...

Recipe Group Selection: 11, April 2015 ~ I love making salad dressings, and was looking forward to this very different version of Caesar salad dressing. One day after making this, I would have...

Recipe Group Selection 4/2015. I put everything into my food processor except the olive oil and whizzed it to a smooth consistency. With the processor still going, I trickled in the olive oil ...

Recipe group pick April 2015...I was really looking forward to this recipe. I enjoy trying new things and "non-traditonal" ingredients or preparations have never scared me off, they inspire me....