Not very sweet . I think I will add sugar next time.
Always a plus to find a dressing this good and quick that I can make myself instead of buying bottled...I think I followed the recipe's proportions, but this turned out to be a little thin for my preference. Easily remedied by adding a bit more mayo. Taste was great - and I had a delicious mixed salad of romaine, radicchio, spinach, and feta cheese.
Easy, delicious and infinitely flexible. I used apple cider vinegar and the cabernet/merlot wine I had and it was delicious. I imagine rice vinegar would make it a little sweeter. This would be great on a salad with blue cheese or Gorgonzola. I doubled the recipe and used in Cole Slaw.This is a keeper!
Thanks, Marbalet. I was in a rush and with limited ingredients in stock. A good, quick recipe, and I'm glad it's not too sweet!
This is a fantastic dressing. I was looking for something specifically for cole slaw for salmon patty burgers. All of the ingredients balance well together. I was afraid it would be too tangy from the vinegar or green onions but the mayo mellows it all out. It has a wonderfully rich, creamy, smooth flavor. It can definitely serve as a salad dressing. I think I might add avocado to it next time to have two different dressings!
The only thing I did differently was using Merlot rather than Zinfandel, but even if I had used the earthier Zin, this dressing ought to have been called a Green Onion dressing as that is, by far, the dominant element. That said, I'd DEFINITELY be making this again.
Very good! Thank you for the recipe