Creamy Caesar Dressing

  • LWurtzel Posted: 01/07/09
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    Try this dressing! It got rave reviews from my family - who consider themselves Caesar salad aficionados! This dressing tastes very similar to the Caesar dressing at the Columbia Restaurant. I did add an extra tablespoon of olive oil. Fabulous way to lighten up creamy dressing, without even knowing it's light!

  • tjanddd Posted: 01/14/10
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    This was very good. I haven't tried other light Caesar dressings, so I didn't give it 5 stars. We put it with romaine, croutons, and poached salmon for a midweek special Caesar. We will definitely make again!

  • MaryEv Posted: 05/22/10
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    can't even tell this is low-fat! thank you cooking light! (:

  • mmjboyer Posted: 01/08/09
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    This dressing was great...very tasty and super easy. I used greek style yogurt so that it was not too watery. My husband, who does not usually like "light" recipes, thought it was fabulous.

  • Prairie04 Posted: 04/21/09
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    This recipe has become my Caesar standard! My Go-To recipe when I need a quick dressing.

  • jlyn1030 Posted: 09/04/10
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    Great recipe! I usually leave out the anchovies, and add in some freshly grated parmesan (and a bit more garlic).

  • MechelG Posted: 12/27/11
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    Used this for a holiday dinner & it was a great success. I added grated monchego cheese & some garlic powder as well and omitted the anchove paste due to sodium restrictions of a guest & I used goat yogart due to my beef allergies.

  • lollypaul Posted: 06/28/14
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    Looking for a fresh Caesar dressing that was light, so I could use up some fresh from the garden lettuce and roast chicken. This fit the bill! I used nonfat Greek yogurt, and threw some shredded Parmesan cheese in instead of the anchovy paste. Didn't have the red wine vinegar, so I used apple cider vinegar instead. Will make again!


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