Red French Dressing

by Amanda McKillop
red french dressing

Our salads deserve the very best in fresh dressings, which is why I’m going to share with you this recipe of refreshingly delicious Red French Dressing.

I have discovered I am one of those persons who does not have a favourite anything. There is so much to choose from in the world. I just can’t pick a favourite. My daughter, a niece, and the oldest granddaughter are the same way. I am in a dilemma when asked for a favourite. I can choose something when given multiple choices, but when asked for the favourite, I just can’t do it. 

Refreshing Red French Dressing

Now back to salad dressings. Red French dressing is very difficult, if not impossible, to find in a bottle at the grocery store. However, it is found on every salad bar in the Midwest and available at most restaurants. I found a few recipes for French dressing in a cookbook put together by the Telephone Workers of Minnesota and North Dakota. I found the cookbook about twenty years ago at a flea market. It has lots of regional recipes with the influence of the Swedes and Finns. I ended up combining three different recipes and came up with this wonderful dressing.

After you make a homemade dressing, you will wonder why you buy the stuff in the bottles. I know the bottled stuff is excellent for a crowd and for variety. But do give the homemade dressings a try. It doesn’t take much, and it is very easy. 

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