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post #31 of 34
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rose hibiscus

blueberry lavender

chipotle sweet potato

honey balsamic



I actually heard that this was really tasteful and healthy.

post #32 of 34

kgirl, 

guess while i'm on a runaway train here i may as well tell you that ketchup is crap in salad dressing...only in cocktail sauces is it even thinkably acceptable for me ... the 'heinz' variety is so overloaded with high frustose corn syrup, it's like mainlining sugar...as far as guava jam or paste goes...it is uber, uber loaded with sugar as well.....it is sugar actually with a little bit of guava.. .....find something else to use if your husband is diabetic, like perhaps a mirin rice wine seasoned vinegar, or real fruit smashed up or pureed(strawberries and raspberries are great)...but on a final note...when given a choice, always leave the garlic in.....

joey

this is what happens when i'm not wearing my dazzle dust?

forgot to mention to chech your health food store for ketchup without fructose corn syrup, which to me is an evil plot...hain's makes one as well as annie's i think. it may be worth a look see around to see what they have to offer...even jams and jellies unsugared. 


Edited by durangojo - 3/28/12 at 7:02am

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post #33 of 34

here's a nice little dressing k girl you may want to give a try...no mayo, no sugar, no ketchup..it's my little black dress of dressings.....

joey

tahini dressing:

1 c tahini

1/2 c water

1 c oil

1/4 c cider vinegar

6 tbl tamari

4 tbl honey

5 or so minced garlic cloves

parsley

5 tbl fresh lemon juice

opt: toasted sesame seeds

process in fp til smooth...you can use less water and use this as a dip with warm pita

food is like love...it should be entered into with abandon or not at all        Harriet Van Horne

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post #34 of 34

My sista’ Joey, that sounds like that would be an awesome dip for veggies!! 

We’ll try it! (no mayo for my mister, yeah)

I’ve been looking at on older cookbook of mine and here’s some dressing recipes that mightbe of interest, different...

 

Chutney Dressing

¼ C wine vinegar

1 clove garlic, minced

2-3 tbsp chutney

2 tsp sugar

2 tbsp coarse mustard

1/3 – ½ C vegetable oil

S&P to taste

Process in a blender to combine.  Bring dressing to room temp before serving

 

Ginger Dressing

2inch piece fresh ginger, peeled

3 cloves garlic

½ C Parsley

2 tbsp Dijon mustard

2 tbsp honey

1 ½ tsp salt

½ tsp pepper

¼ C cider or wine vinegar

¾ C Vegetable oil

In food processor, mince ginger and garlic; add remaining ingredients and blend well

 

Pineapple Lemon Mint Dressing

2/3 C Vegetable oil

1/3 C Unsweetened Pineapple Juice

1 tsp  Lemon zest, grated

2 tbsp Lemon juice

1-2 tsp fresh chopped Mint

¾ tsp Salt

½ tsp dry Mustard

Place all ingredients in a jar & shake well

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