Marsha Gardner Recipe

Tomato Soup French Dressing

By Marsha Gardner mrdick1950


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Marsha's Story

My mothers go to dressing for feeding a hungry family of nine.

She loved blue cheese and passed that love to her family. She would crumble up blue cheese and add to the dressing. Today we just sprinkle it on top.

When I was growing up in Western NY when you ordered blue cheese dressing the waitress would ask if you wanted red or white. Red was French dressing with blue cheese sprinkled on top and white was the traditional creamy dressing.

My mom always stored her dressing in a wide mouth canning jar and we used a gravy ladle to dish it out.

Ingredients

1
tomato soup
1 c
canola oil
3/4 c
apple cider vinegar
1 small
onion, grated
1/4 c
sugar
1 Tbsp
dijon mustard
1 Tbsp
horseradish
1 tsp
kosher salt
1 tsp
freshly ground black pepper

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl; mix well. (You can use a blender if you like, but it works just as well by hand)
2
Cover and chill. My mom always kept this dressing in a large mouth quart canning jar. We would use a gravy ladle to serve.
3
This is a very versatile sweet and sour dressing on your regular salad greens, spinach or tomaotes.
4
Makes 3 1/2 cups.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Dressings

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6 Comments

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Marsha Gardner mrdick1950
Aug 17, 2013
I LOVE TO COOK, CAN YOU TELL? Horseradish is not an absolute necessity, but does add to the flavor.
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Rose Selvar potrose
Jul 4, 2013
WOW Marsha, You have 591 recipes posted and 46,003 pinches! Amazing! It would take me forever to go through all your recipes. LOL. That Black Forest Fudge looks interesting. 7/4/13
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Rose Selvar potrose
Jul 4, 2013
Have all the ingredients on hand except the horseradish. Is that an absolute necessary ingredient?
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Rose Selvar potrose
Jul 4, 2013
Nancy Patrykus put out a cookbook recently on tomatoes. This recipe of yours was in it. I am so glad that she included your recipe otherwise I never would have seen it. I pinched it and will try it sometime. Thanks for sharing it! 7/4/13
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Marsha Gardner mrdick1950
Aug 24, 2012
Amen to that. Blue cheese gives it that sweet tangy taste that just makes you drool thinking about it.