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January 9, 2009

Italian Herb Dressing

Filed under: Salad, Vegetables — Tags: — bettylou79 @ 1:30 pm

My husband gave me a wonderful Christmas gift this year.  He knows that I love to cook and I also love salads.  His other reason for getting me this gift has a bit of a story!  If you have seen the Claim Jumper Thai Coleslaw recipe in this blog then you saw the recipe for the dressing.  I brought the coleslaw to a BBQ this summer but didn’t put the dressing on until we go there.  I put the dressing in a small water bottle that I’v had for several years (it’s from Starbucks when they first came out with water bottles)!  Well that wasn’t the best idea because the smell of the dressing leaked into the plastic in the water bottle.  So now when ever the water bottle gets used, you smell the dressing as you go to take a drink!  Oops!!

So in an effort to combat that little problem my husband found this salad dressing bottle and bought it for me!  The cool thing about it is that it has recipes right on the bottle and shows you where to fill the liquid up to instead of measuring with another container.

salad

This dressing that I made a few nights ago, I used on a spinach and chicken salad.  It was really good but I still have plenty leftover.    I don’t have a picture of the dressing but I’m assuming you know what salad dressing looks like!  Enjoy!

Italian Herb Dressing

source: Storables salad dressing container

Ingredients:

Dash of Salt and Pepper

3 tsp groung Thyme

3 tsp ground Oregano

3 tsp dried Basil

3 TB Olive Oil

6 oz Balsamic Vinegar

Directions:

Put in a container and shake well.  Serve.

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2 Comments »

  1. What a great dressing bottle!

    Comment by joelen — January 10, 2009 @ 12:34 am

  2. This is totally what I need…a salad dressing bottle. I love making good dressings – I just made a lemon vinaigrette and I’m storing it in a measuring cup – geez – lol.

    Comment by Darius T. Williams — January 12, 2009 @ 6:17 am


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