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Are you bored with your regular salad dressing? Do you want a cleaner version that still has tons of flavor? If you answered yes to any of these, then you will want to get one (or all) of Epicure’s Salad Dressings.
I love salads and am thankful that the hubs does too since we have salad for dinner probably once a week. I change it up from week to week, but it is a great way to get extra veggies in for all of us. Our picky son, 16, will even order a Caesar salad when we go out to eat sometimes.
We normally always have store-bought salad dressing in the fridge, but I am really trying to clean up our eating. We actually do pretty well in eating whole foods but some things are just too convenient and my laziness kicks in. Salad dressings are one of those convenient things I buy. I totally know how to make my own and do sometimes, but I get in a rut.
Each seasoning mix bottle will make 7 cups of dressing! That’s a lot of dressing AND a huge savings!! Oh, you can totally use these seasonings for more than just salad dressing! Use on your favorite protein or veggies too for an easy sheet pan dinner.
- Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Bright and versatile with garlic (my fave), chives and rosemary
- You can use this for dressing (duh) and a to marinate veggies or your favorite protein
- Bonus – use it as a seasoning on roasted protein and veggies
- Have you ever made Caesar from scratch? If you have, you know it’s a bitch and a bit fussy. I love it, but I’m lazy and like shortcuts that don’t skimp on flavor or quality. Well, this is the perfect solution!!
- Make a blackened chicken Caesar salad or use a dip for your veggies
- Want to add some protein to the dressing and cut some of the calories, sub half the oil for Greek yogurt
- I have been to Greece and love the freshness of their food. The flavors are bright, fresh, and amazing! That’s basically what this dressing is, lol.
- Classic Mediterranean flavors of garlic and herbs
- Use to marinate chicken or lamb; make into a dressing for a classic Greek salad, or use a dry seasoning for sheet pan chicken and veggies
- Little known fact, Italians don’t use Italian dressing, lol. I lived in Italy for four years and every restaurant I went to had really good Olive Oil and Balsalmic Vinegar for salad dressing. If there were a lot of Americans in the area (we were living there due to a Military assignment) then some of the restaurants would have other options trying to cater to us.
- This is a great dressing with crisp, tart and tangy flavors
- Use to marinate veggies and meat before grilling or as a seasoning for a sheet pan meal
- Sesame Ginger
- Ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, and herbs
- Great tossed with rice noodles, added in a stir-fry, or used as a marinade for veggies and meat
Companion Pieces to help make Epicure’s Salad Dressings
- Measurements are printed on the side for your convenience
- Screw top lid so no spillage
- Keeps dressings fresh for up to one week
- Bonus: Can use the cruet to “shake” up your ingredients for an omelet!
- Have you ever tried getting your dry ingredients into a salad dressing shaker? Maybe you are more skilled at it than I am, but I waste more spices than I use sometimes, lol.
- Custom-fit for the Epicure Cruet
- Also works great for adding liquids to the Cruet
- Perfect Portion Scoops
- Do you know that many people add too much dressing to their salads that add a lot of hidden calories? Yep, you think you are being good but your dressing just doubled the calories of your healthy salad!
- The scoops are color-coded so you know which one to use for healthy fats, protein, carbs, and veggies/fruits.
Which Epicure Salad Dressing do you want to try first? Do you need help choosing the right salad dressing? If so, please contact me.