Of course every salad needs a dressing and as I was looking through this section of the Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook (my book for the challenge), I thought, why not try the recipe on page 335 for French Dressing. Typically, I am not a fan of it but… I felt like trying it this time.
My guess as to why I like it now, because it is a basic key recipe. Nothing extra added to tweak it and most likely I don’t care for the taste of those “tweaks”? I don’t know, I am making this up as I go along and it sounds right to me.
Anyways, on with the ingredients needed.
Sugar, salt, paprika, mustard, pepper, lemon juice, salad oil and onion juice. I have a glass jar that I always use for dressings. Funny thing, a creamy french dressing came in it and we didnt’ care for it, but I liked the jar.
Mix everything together and shake and voila!
You have a really tasty salad dressing!
Keep or Toss? Another keeper!
My Thoughts? I definitely could have found a better way to photograph the dressing for you, now that I think about it!
Be sure to stop by Mary’s blog to see what recipes she is cooking up during this month. She is using the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook.