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Author Topic: home-made salad dressings  (Read 1345 times)

ima_821

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home-made salad dressings
« on: January 18, 2012, 02:40:09 PM »
Last christmas, my brother got a gift from his friend: 2 kinds of salad dressing. Isang vinagrette at isang roasted sesame dressing. Ang sarap! And napaisip ako, parang mas ok at mas healthy gumawa ng sarili mong dressing kesa bumili ng ready made. May masheshare ba kayog recipes ng salad dressings? Im planning to buy small plastic dispensers, make different recipes at a time para di nakakasawa n isang klaseng dressing lang ang gagamitin mo. Feeling restaurant ang kitchen haha! One more thing, we can also use some dressing types para sa gourmet sandwiches, un mga tipong nabibili sa almon.marina. Kaya madaming use talaga! ;)

Thanks in advance! :)
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sonia62

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Re: home-made salad dressings
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2012, 05:03:02 PM »
Kami sa bahay every week we eat salad. Experiment lang ako ng dressing para iba iba. Basic recipe for vinaigrette is 1 part acid : 3 parts evoo. Then you can add salt, pepper and honey or strawberry jam (or any jam) if u want ng manamis namis. You can also add garlic. Sa acid naman you can use anything like balsamic vinegar, lemon, apple cider vinegar. Minsan honey mustard. I just mix honey and mustard then olive oil, salt and pepper. Yung iba naglalagay ng mayo sa honey mustard pero ayoko kasi para walang added cholesterol :) then we always have candied walnuts kahalo ng greens para may crunch ang salad. Just be creative :)

ima_821

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Re: home-made salad dressings
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2012, 01:17:58 PM »
Sarap sis! Matry nga :)
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lonelymiss28

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Re: home-made salad dressings
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2012, 05:38:13 AM »
my MIL makes the best salad. ang nilalagay nya lang maraming lemon juice at saka mazolla oil.

 

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