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    • Italian Herb Salad Dressing

      2 tsp. dried oregano
      2 tsp. dried basil
      2 T. powdered garlic
      1 1/2 T. salt
      2 tsp. onion powder
      2 tsp. paprika
      6 T. sugar
      1 1/2 T. ground black pepper


      Measure all ingredients into a Ziploc Bag. Shake well, transfer to vacuum seal bag, seal and store up to a year.


      To Use:

      Measure the following into a blender and whip for 40 seconds, or until well blended. Chill prior to serving.

      3 T. Italian Herb Salad Dressing Mix
      1˝ c. vegetable oil
      1/2 c. wine vinegar/white vinegar/balsamic vinegar/ or rice vinegar
      Comments 1 Comment
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        adburge -
        Love this recipe. If I may make a suggestion to others who would like to try this, if your diet allow it I add 3 to 4 T of grated parmesan to the mix or you can add fresh when you make the dressing to taste. Use olive oil and I use red wine vinegar along with balsamic vinegar about 1.4 c each Taste like the bottle stuff that I paid big money for in the store. Thank for the recipe. One of my favorites


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