Forgotten salad dressing. Keeps in the refrigerator, easy to make, and is a recipe that has been in the family for years. This is an old recipe from the 30's and the lady who gave it to me has passed away. She will be remembered whenever her recipe is prepared.

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Recipe Summary

prep:
15 mins
total:
15 mins
Servings:
32
Yield:
4 cups
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Ingredients

32
Original recipe yields 32 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified
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Directions

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  • Combine oil, tomato soup, vinegar, sugar, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, onion juice, salt, paprika, and black pepper in a mason jar with tight-fitting lid and ring. Seal the jar and shake until ingredients are blended.

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Cook's Note:

Cider vinegar and white vinegar can be used interchangeably in this.

Nutrition Facts

111 calories; protein 0.2g; carbohydrates 4.7g 2% DV; fat 10.4g 16% DV; cholesterolmg; sodium 136.5mg 6% DV. Full Nutrition

Reviews (4)

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Rating: 4 stars
07/04/2016
This is a very tasty French dressing. Like the other reviewer said it is too much sugar for most palates. You could start with 2 tbl and move up to 1/4 cup if you want it sweeter. You can add rice flour or cornstarch and it will be creamier and pourable. If you make it in a blender it stays homogenized and will not separate for a fairly long time. (the mustard is an emulsifier) Onion powder garlic powder and dry mustard can be substituted and seem to make the dressing more stable. This is very close to the famous "Dorothy Lynch" dressing in Nebraska and Iowa which also has celery seeds. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
07/04/2016
This is a very tasty French dressing. Like the other reviewer said it is too much sugar for most palates. You could start with 2 tbl and move up to 1/4 cup if you want it sweeter. You can add rice flour or cornstarch and it will be creamier and pourable. If you make it in a blender it stays homogenized and will not separate for a fairly long time. (the mustard is an emulsifier) Onion powder garlic powder and dry mustard can be substituted and seem to make the dressing more stable. This is very close to the famous "Dorothy Lynch" dressing in Nebraska and Iowa which also has celery seeds. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
11/28/2015
As written maybe just a tad too sweet for me. I recommend starting with 1/4 cup of sugar and add if needed. I'm not really sure what onion juice is so I just chopped a teaspoon of onion and added it along with the "juice" that came with it. I liked it. I will make again with less sugar. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
05/21/2017
I'm partial to tomato based dressings and this one didn't fail me. I followed the recipe but I had to make two substitutions. I didn't have any fresh garlic so I used garlic paste. Also I live in a small town and could not find onion juice so I used a teaspoon of onion powder. I'm not sure if onion juice is made any more. Anyway the dressing was tasty except next time I think I'll use less sugar. I was a little sweet. Overall I liked the dressing. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
06/24/2017
Love it. Use it as a dipper fo fresh veggie snacks. Read More