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Father Mark's Caesar Dressing

Rated as 4.7 out of 5 Stars
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"This rich Caesar dressing will get lots of attention! Prepare ahead of time and refrigerate. It only gets stronger with age. Serve with romaine lettuce and garlic- or Caesar-flavored croutons. This Caesar salad also goes well with some crusty French bread."
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Ingredients

4 h 10 m servings 167
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 167 calories; 16.3 2 3.9 14 434 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Loved this dressing! I did omit the optional salt b/c I didn't think it needed it. Also, I reserved the oil from the anchovies and added a bit to the dressing to thin out, so it would blend smoo...

Most helpful critical review

Good recipe. It is a little fishy and cheesy, so I added more lemon juice and about 4 heavy splashes of red wine vinegar. It gave it more zing, and evened out the cheesiness and fishiness.

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Loved this dressing! I did omit the optional salt b/c I didn't think it needed it. Also, I reserved the oil from the anchovies and added a bit to the dressing to thin out, so it would blend smoo...

I have never made Caesar dressing before, nor had I ever purchased anchovies - hah! I did both today, and was happy that I did. This dressing is so much better than store bought Caesar dressing,...

WOW! Amazing! Followed everything, except for the anchovies because I didn't have them on hand. I used several splashes of Worcestershire Sauce (it has anchovies in it) and it was /is GREAT! I u...

OUTSTANDING Caesar dressing!! I doubled this for a party-sized Caesar salad, following the recipe, other than omitting the salt (it was plenty salty w/the parm and anchovies). I used all of th...

Used in our café, looking for a more traditional Caesar so eliminated jalapenos and cut down on the anchovies due to not all customers are anchovy lovers, trying to make more palatable for a cro...

I was worried (or I should say others in house were) of using all the anchovies, but it was really good! I did not blend as I didn't want to clean blender, and garlic cloves I used were large &...

This was fantastic! My husband loves Caesar dressing, but store-bought is riddled with all kinds of things you can't pronounce. So I decided to give this a try. It was easy and REALLY good. My h...

Love, love this dressing. It is my favorite. I put a very large jalapeno, with out the seeds for more flavor. It is as good as any fine restaurant dressing I have ever eaten.

I made this exactly as directed, for a dinner party. Was a little concerned because I'm not a big anchovies fan; so I made a second "back-up" homemade ranch dressing just in case. I needn't have...