Jeanine's Classic Caesar Salad Dressing. A great Caesar salad recipe gets its swagger from a great Caesar dressing recipe. Squeamish about raw egg yolks and anchovies? Caesars crowned with a mound of grated Parmesan may look impressive, but all that clumpy cheese mutes the dressing.
Classic Caesar salad dressing is deeply debated. A quick search on the internet will lead you to over one-million recipes, each of them different. Some claim the classic doesn't contain anchovies. You can cook Jeanine's Classic Caesar Salad Dressing using 13 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Jeanine's Classic Caesar Salad Dressing
- Prepare of what you will need:.
- Prepare 1-2 of large eggs (room temperature).
- You need 1 1/4 cup of vegetable oil (I used avocado oil because it is healthier).
- You need 1 tsp of dry mustard (or 2 tsp regular mustard).
- You need 1/2 tsp of salt.
- It’s 1 tbsp of white wine vinegar.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of lemon juice.
- It’s 3 tbsp of parmesan cheese.
- Prepare 3 clove of fresh garlic, minced. (I like Russian Garlic).
- Prepare 1 tsp of worchestershire sauce.
- You need of optional for extra deliciousness:.
- Prepare 1 tsp of epicurean ceasar dressing seasoning (optional).
- You need 1/4 cup of greek yogurt (for a more zingy flavor).
There are recipes without egg yolks, and dressings made from tofu. Caesar Salad is my personal favorite. I make it almost every week! So I am shocked that I haven't posted it on the blog until now.
Jeanine's Classic Caesar Salad Dressing instructions
- Place room tempurature egg and oil in a cup. (If the egg is not room tempurature this will not work!).
- Ensuring there are no air bubbles under the blade, hold bamix (with whipping blade) at the bottom of the cup. Begin to blend holding it at the bottom for about 10 seconds, and as you see it begin to thicken and turn white, slowly raise the bamix to the top. You should have a mayo consistency..
- Add the rest of the ingredients, mix together, and voila! You are done! Sprinkle additional parmesan cheese when preparing salad..
- If the flavor is a little bland, it could be a result of the type of garlic you used. Sometimes I add a tsp of powdered garlic – that usually does the trick..
- Toss desired amount with romaine lettuce, crutons, and freshly grated parmesan cheese and serve!.
- Note: this dressing keeps well in the fridge, but I've noticed if it's left for a week or so, the wonderful garlic flavor starts to disappear so if this happens you can always add another clove to spice it up again..
I was recently inspired by a dressing from our local market. The last time I made a caesar salad I used it and. Today I am sharing with you how I make a classic Caesar salad dressing. It hits all the right notes and it has amazing flavor. Take another few minutes to make your own croutons and take your Caesar to a whole other level.