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Absolutely Fabulous Greek/House Dressing


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This is the 'secret' Greek dressing recipe from the
pizzeria that I work at. The recipe makes almost a
gallon but can be scaled down easily. It can be
used for picnics and travels very well, since it
doesn't need to be refrigerated. This is the best
dressing I have ever tasted, people offer to buy it
constantly, but if we sold it we wouldn't be able to
make enough to use in the restaurant!"
My comment:
I've made this for church suppers and I'm always
asked for the recipe.​
Preparation Steps:
Level of Difficulty:
Easy​
Time Needed:
Ingredients:
Ingredients

1 1/2 quarts olive oil
1/3 cup garlic
powder
1/3 cup dried
oregano
1/3 cup dried basil
1/4 cup pepper
1/4 cup salt
1/4 cup onion
powder
1/4 cup Dijon-style
mustard
2 quarts red wine
vinegar​
Serves:
Directions:
Directions

In a very large container, mix together the olive oil,
garlic powder, oregano, basil, pepper, salt, onion
powder, and Dijon-style mustard. Pour in the vinegar,
and mix vigorously until well blended. Store tightly
covered at room temperature​
 

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This sounds like a fantastic dressing to keep made in the fridge.
I usually make ranch, but getting a bit tired of it...This sounds like a good change...
Thanks for sharing!!
 

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Paws,

I like mine a bit sweet so I add some sweetener. DH likes it just way it is.
 
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Love dressing recipes since we eat salads a lot. This would be especially great on a chick pea, tomato, onion & feta salad.
I'll have my math wiz hubby downsize the recipe since it's just the 2 of us.
Thanks!! :flowers:
 

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Mahalo Polly - this sounds terrific!!
 

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Love dressing recipes since we eat salads a lot. This would be especially great on a chick pea, tomato, onion & feta salad.
I'll have my math wiz hubby downsize the recipe since it's just the 2 of us.
Thanks!! :flowers:
Could you please post back after your hubby converts it? I'm not very good at math and would like to try this!
 

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Could you please post back after your hubby converts it? I'm not very good at math and would like to try this!
For 16 oz. :

3/4c. olive oil
2tsp garlic powder
2tsp dried oregano
2tsp dried basil
1 1/2 tsp. pepper
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1 1/2 tsp. onion powder
1 1/2 tsp. Dijon-style mustard
1c. red wine vinegar
 
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Darlene- Wow, thank you! I must have missed the post asking to scale it down. I'm not sure I would have been much help though, I make it just like it's written. It stays good for a very long time :)
 
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