Go ahead and mark Thousand Island Salad Dressing off of your grocery list, because it’s so easy to make your own.
you can use any brands you want. I try so hard to cut out High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is one of the reasons for making my own. I haven’t conquered my own mayo yet. I have tried some homemade mayo, but it is too thin, and doesn’t last long enough to use for salad dressings and other recipes that will be around for a while. Still looking for a good one though.
Start with approx. 2 cups of mayo in a bowl, then add approx. 1 cup of ketchup. I don’t measure it, but it’s just about half the amount of ketchup to mayo. In the picture, I think it looks like more ketchup but, that’s because I put ketchup on top of the mayo so you don’t see all the mayo. Then I use about 1/2 cup of pickled relish.
Mix it all up, taste and make adjustments to your liking.
Enjoy now, but it does taste better the next day.
Put it in a jar and store it in the refrigerator. I like to put the date prepared on the jar.
No need to run off to the store for salad dressing ever again.
You can make all of your salad dressings.
If I find myself in a situation where I have to purchase Thousand Island Salad Dressing, I really prefer Ken’s, but guess what, it has HFCS, and you know that is my pet peeve. So, no more Ken’s. Gosh, darn it, and that really is the kind I like. Not only does it have HFCS but, at $3.89 for a 16 0z. bottle, I think we can do much better than that by using what we already have in the pantry.
How to Make your own French Salad Dressing
Do you have a favorite salad dressing recipe you would like to share? If so, please leave it in the comment sections. I will probably give it a try too.
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