Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil Dressing
Add balsamic vinegar to your dressing to give it a fresh and lively taste!
Nonna's Tuscan Salad Dressing
This very light, fresh dressing works equally well on mixed greens, spinach or romaine, or just drizzled over sliced, fresh, ripe summer tomatoes and fresh basil leaves. Quick and easy to make fresh, but stores well for up to 3 months in the refrigerator. It's a family recipe brought over from the old country by my nonna (grandma.)
Creamy Italian Dressing II
This smooth and creamy dressing has the pungency of lemon juice and red wine vinegar and the sweet spiciness of oregano and garlic.
This is a tangy vinaigrette--wonderful on mixed greens, tomato, onion and cucumber salads. It's also good if used sparingly over steamed veggies or stir-frys. Sometimes I use traditional balsamic vinegar. However, this will produce a slightly sweeter vinaigrette.
Italian Restaurant-Style Dressing
This salad dressing recipe is similar to one that is served at a popular Italian restaurant chain.
Italian Restaurant-Style Salad Dressing II
This dressing is delicious and just like the creamy dressing served at a popular Italian restaurant. You may add sugar to taste if it seems too tart.
Lite Italian Salad Dressing
A refreshing, light dressing made from scratch that is great on any tossed salad or pasta salad!
Copycat Italian Salad Dressing
My family prefers the store brand of Italian dressing to any of the name brands. They all pretty much taste the same and have the same ingredients. This is a copycat of their dressing using mostly ingredients from the cabinet most people keep on hand or can find easily. The water makes it stretch a little further for those on a tight budget, but you might also like it without.