If you want to add a bit of sweetness to your salad, the honey in this dressing will please you. Ready in five minutes!
If you take a look at the ingredients on a typical bottle of salad dressing, you may realize you probably shouldn’t drizzle that across your otherwise healthy salad. The good news is that making dressing at home is easy. After a trip to the store today and looking at the ingredients, I decided homemade is the way to go. I’ll be working to add salad dressing recipes to the site, but let’s get started with this creamy dressing.
Yogurt takes center stage in this salad dressing, which means no guilt! Watching calories? Don’t add cheese to your salad, since it’s found its way into the dressing.
This garlic aioli recipe only calls for four ingredients, that you likely have on hand already. It only takes a minute to throw together. Garlic aioli makes a nice dip and can be spread on sandwiches in place of mayo. It pairs nicely with spicy baked zucchini strips, which is shown by its side in the picture above. Don’t skip the refrigeration step or the lemon juice won’t have time to do its thing and the flavor won’t be as good.
If manufactured spaghetti sauce in the jar just isn’t cutting it for you, it’s time to make homemade sauce. This recipe keeps things simple by using canned tomatoes. Canned tomatoes also make it possible to keep the ingredients on hand for an unplanned spaghetti night that doesn’t require a trip to the store.
Traditional Worcestershire sauce contains anchovies, making it non-vegan. However, some recipes that would otherwise be vegan, call for Worcestershire sauce. This recipe provides an option for vegetarians and vegans.
This is a healthier version of chipotle mayo.