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Thread: Quick and Easy Fat Free Salad Dressing

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    Here's another FF Salad Dressing ......

    Equal parts
    salad oil (I use canola, any kind will do)
    vinegar (most times I use white, sometimes balsamic or others)
    raspberry jam or jelly (sugar free or regular jam)

    Mix well together. (I use an immersion blender)
    Keeps in frig well.

    Variations ... any kind of jam/jelly you want and add in other herbs/spices for extra zip

    Eg.
    * marmalade with ginger or other spices
    * blueberry or rhubarb jams with cinnamon
    etc.

    The possibilities are endless!

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    This sounds good too! Thanks. :lol:

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    Thank you Crafty Bear for another great looking recipe!!! :thumbup:

    QuiltE, Thank you for sharing. I like salad dressings with jams, preserves or jellies in them. I like to add fruits in the salad with this kind of salad dressing. It goes so well and looks pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    Thank you Crafty Bear for another great looking recipe!!! :thumbup:

    QuiltE, Thank you for sharing. I like salad dressings with jams, preserves or jellies in them. I like to add fruits in the salad with this kind of salad dressing. It goes so well and looks pretty.
    Perhaps you'd share one or more of yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    Thank you Crafty Bear for another great looking recipe!!! :thumbup:

    QuiltE, Thank you for sharing. I like salad dressings with jams, preserves or jellies in them. I like to add fruits in the salad with this kind of salad dressing. It goes so well and looks pretty.
    Perhaps you'd share one or more of yours?
    It's a Rachael Ray recipe. I don't follow the 'salad' part of the recipe to a tea, I like to put a lot of different things in a salad. I think it tastes better that way and is pretty too.

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ipe/index.html

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    I enjoy the sugar free jams and jellies you put into your dressings. Where do you find your fat free salad oil?


    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Here's another FF Salad Dressing ......

    Equal parts
    salad oil (I use canola, any kind will do)
    vinegar (most times I use white, sometimes balsamic or others)
    raspberry jam or jelly (sugar free or regular jam)

    Mix well together. (I use an immersion blender)
    Keeps in frig well.

    Variations ... any kind of jam/jelly you want and add in other herbs/spices for extra zip

    Eg.
    * marmalade with ginger or other spices
    * blueberry or rhubarb jams with cinnamon
    etc.

    The possibilities are endless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wall Warmer
    I enjoy the sugar free jams and jellies you put into your dressings. Where do you find your fat free salad oil?
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    duh ... call me a little brain dead! I was thinking SF .. and no, no FF oil! Only in my dreams!!!!!!!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap HappyIt's a Rachael Ray recipe. I don't follow the 'salad' part of the recipe to a tea, I like to put a lot of different things in a salad. I think it tastes better that way and is pretty too.

    [url=http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/green-salad-with-strawberry-balsamic-vinaigrette-recipe/index.html
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/green-salad-with-strawberry-balsamic-vinaigrette-recipe/index.html[/url]
    Thanks! similar to mine, just proportions are different. Looks like it'd be very oil-y! I like the punch from vinegars in dressings.

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    Well, darn! I wanted some of that fat free oil! : ) We all do it don't we!

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    Darn! I thought you had found the secret of our universe.
    It didn't ruin my day. You keep on dreamin' and happy quilting.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Quote Originally Posted by Wall Warmer
    I enjoy the sugar free jams and jellies you put into your dressings. Where do you find your fat free salad oil?
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    duh ... call me a little brain dead! I was thinking SF .. and no, no FF oil! Only in my dreams!!!!!!!! :)

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    Thanks again for your recipe, love to share recipes with others, if you have any please post for all of us, so we can enjoy lots of new recipes to try

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Here's another FF Salad Dressing ......

    Equal parts
    salad oil (I use canola, any kind will do)
    vinegar (most times I use white, sometimes balsamic or others)
    raspberry jam or jelly (sugar free or regular jam)

    Mix well together. (I use an immersion blender)
    Keeps in frig well.

    Variations ... any kind of jam/jelly you want and add in other herbs/spices for extra zip

    Eg.
    * marmalade with ginger or other spices
    * blueberry or rhubarb jams with cinnamon
    etc.

    The possibilities are endless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap HappyIt's a Rachael Ray recipe. I don't follow the 'salad' part of the recipe to a tea, I like to put a lot of different things in a salad. I think it tastes better that way and is pretty too.

    [url=http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/green-salad-with-strawberry-balsamic-vinaigrette-recipe/index.html
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/green-salad-with-strawberry-balsamic-vinaigrette-recipe/index.html[/url]
    Thanks! similar to mine, just proportions are different. Looks like it'd be very oil-y! I like the punch from vinegars in dressings.
    Me too! I like extra vinegar and less oil. Most folks I know like it more 'traditional' so I make it that way for others. When making a little salad for me I go heavier on the vinegar and lighter on the oil. Tastes better IMHO and is healthier.

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    thanks!

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    Sounds good

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