Low Fat, Low Calorie, Low Carbohydrate, and Diabetic Friendly
Dad’s Goop Salad Dressing recipe was adapted and shared with me by Karen Calanchini of Redding, CA. Karen says, “When I did the cookbook for the Redding Police Department, this Dad’s Goop Salad Dressing recipe was included. It is from a good friend of mine and she says it is close to 60 years old and that her dad used to make it. I have created this low-fat version that I use all the time. It is so very good!”
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In food processor, add onion, canola oil, vinegar, catsup, salt, pepper, mustard, Splenda, and egg white; whirl until blended.
Store in the refrigerator. Bring to room temperature before using on your salad.
Recipe makes 1 1/2 cups (24 tablespoons) - 1 tablespoon per serving.
Each Serving Totals - 1.2 Fat Grams, 2 Carbohydrate Grams, 16 calories
DO NOT OVERDRESS YOUR SALADS - Too much salad dressing will weight down the salad ingredients and mask their flavors. T he dressing's role is to highlight not to overpower the salad ingredients. A general rule is 1/4 cup of dressing for 6 cups of greens. As soon as your salad is mixed, taste a leaf to see if there is sufficient dressing. I f not, drizzle some more over the salad, a tablespoon at a time; toss and taste again.
* Other sugar substitutes to use are Xylitol and Truvia.
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