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French Dressing

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French Vinaigrette Salad

French Vinaigrette Salad

French Vinaigrette Salad

This recipes has been made and served for our family as long as I can remember. The oil and vinegar dressing is a light, tangy topping for the lettuce.—Gay Nell Nicholas, Henderson, Texas

Favorite French Dressing

Favorite French Dressing

Favorite French Dressing

My mom and her cousin developed this tangy dressing many years ago. It really perks up salad greens and holds together well once mixed. Everyone wants the recipe once they try it. -Linda Nilsen, Anoka, Minnesota

Home-Style French Dressing

Home-Style French Dressing

Home-Style French Dressing

This was the house dressing in a local restaurant several years ago and has long been a family favorite. We like it over salad greens and fresh vegetables.

Creamy French Dressing

Creamy French Dressing

Creamy French Dressing

You'll need just a few ingredients from your pantry to blend together this mild homemade dressing. It's very thick, creamy and perfect on tossed salad greens. —Test Kitchen

French Salad Dressing Mix

French Salad Dressing Mix

French Salad Dressing Mix

Darlene also shares the recipe for her tangy homemade salad dressing. "It's more economical than store-bought, and we prefer the taste," she notes. "The dressing keeps well in the fridge."

Creamy Garlic French Dressing

Creamy Garlic French Dressing

Creamy Garlic French Dressing

This French dressing whips up in no time and tastes better than any bottled dressing. Why don't you see if your family likes it as much as mine does?

Hold-The-Oil French Dressing

Hold-The-Oil French Dressing

Hold-The-Oil French Dressing

"The first time I served this dressing, my husband thought I had bought a new brand and commented on how good it was," writes Ruth Koberna of Brecksville, Ohio. No one would guess that this zesty salad topping starts with a can of tomato soup.

Makeover Honey French Dressing

Makeover Honey French Dressing

Makeover Honey French Dressing

This makeover recipe has half the fat, about 40% fewer calories and a third less sodium. But it will still dress up salads with gusto.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Classic French Dressing

Classic French Dressing

Classic French Dressing

Making salad dressings at home is very easy! This recipe has many pantry staples so it is easy to whip up any time. It tastes wonderful on any greens.—Maron Craig Bielovitz, Elmhurst, Pennsylvania

Honey French Dressing

Honey French Dressing

Honey French Dressing

The smooth thick dressing is a nice blend of tangy and sweet, with flavor reminiscent of a Western dressing. I got this recipe years ago when I worked as a cook in a high school cafeteria.—Joan Dones, Las Vegas, Nevada

French Salad Dressing

French Salad Dressing

French Salad Dressing

French Salad Dressing is a popular topper for lettuce. Says field editor Jane Barta of St. Thomas, North Dakota, "We used this dressing at a drive-in and sold a lot of salads."
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