Not as creamy as my weight watchers creamy caesar, but a nice change. Very tart! I will cut back a little on the lemon juice next time. I also needed to add a pinch of salt.
While this provided a good jumping off point, it needed some serious boosts of flavor. Caesar is a strong dressing. I decreased the lemon to 1 Tbsp., 2 was too acidic. Increased worchestershire sauce to 3 tsp., anchovy paste to 2 tsp., pepper to 1 tsp., garlic to 2 cloves, and added in 2 Tbsp. Parmesan cheese. I also used light sour cream instead of yogurt, I don't do yogurt.
Tasty, though a bit tangy for our tastes. I might try it again with less lemon. Very flavorful for being light!
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!
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.
Great recipe! I usually leave out the anchovies, and add in some freshly grated parmesan (and a bit more garlic).
can't even tell this is low-fat! thank you cooking light! (:
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!
This recipe has become my Caesar standard! My Go-To recipe when I need a quick dressing.
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.
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!