Submitted by jirizarry on September 10, 2007 - 10:28am
Serves 2 - 4
This dressing is inspired on the “Real French Dressing”,page 124, of The American Vegetarian Cookbook by Marilyn Diamond. My version of this dressing is Creamy using Cashew Whipped Cream (Cashew-naise) – see my recipe on this website, some additional condiments and herbs. Until today, I only knew the orange coulor version of the French Dressing. I was surprised to learn that the original French dressing is yellow.
Submitted by jirizarry on September 9, 2007 - 10:57pm
Serves 2 to 4 deppending on how much dressing you use. It was just enought for the two of us in one dinner sitting.
Very delicious thousand island dressing without dairy mayo! Perfect for a raw veggi salad. My husband found it also perfect for steamed potatoes (for those that do eat some steamed food). It uses cashed whipped cream (see my other recipe) instead of mayonnaise.
Submitted by jirizarry on September 9, 2007 - 10:44pm
Serves about 3 cups.
Whipped cashew cream. It will thicken considerable in the fridge. Use it as whipped cream in fruit plates and raw cakes/pies. It can be used as a thick sweet mayoneise in saldas or as substitute for mayoneise in salad dressing recipes. I make my thousand island raw dressing using 1/3 cup of this cashew-neise.
Submitted by lunablue on September 6, 2007 - 7:08am
This sauce/dressing is a staple in my fridge. I eat it with veggies, on salad, mixed into nut pate’s. The miso really cuts the strong flavor of the tahini, but complements it, even my husband likes it(and he doesn’t like tahini!) When I ate cooked food, I ate on brown rice and stir fry. It is a great party dip with prettily cut veggies. I mostly just use the tahini and miso, but may add the other ingredients for varying tastes.