Salad dressing

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An example of a popular commercial salad dressing

A salad dressing is a sauce for salads. Used on virtually all leafy salads, dressings may also be used in making salads of beans (such as Three bean salad), noodle or pasta salads and antipasti, and forms of potato salad.

Salad dressings can be drizzled over a salad, added and tossed with the ingredients, offered on the side, or served as a dip, as with crudités or chicken wings.

Types[edit]

In Western culture, there are two basic types of salad dressing:

In the United States, buttermilk-based ranch dressing is the most popular, with vinaigrettes and Caesar-style dressing, historically enriched with a raw egg, rarely present in any form in prepared dressings, following close behind.[2]

List[edit]

Some salad dressings include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vinaigrette". BBC Good Food.
  2. ^ "Top Ten Most Popular Salad Dressing Flavors". The Food Channel.