Salad Essentials: Andy’s Secret Dressing
Andy Anderson !
It works great on a mess of greens, or I love it on some sautéed chicken breasts.
The lemon juice gives it a piquant taste that blends on the palette very well with the sour cream, and buttermilk; plus, the white pepper gives it a "sweet" heat.
I came up with it when I had a salad, but no dressing to put on it. So, I puttered about, and came up with this… call it the ravings of a mad scientist.
So, you ready… Let’s get into the kitchen.
1/4 csour cream
1 Tbsplemon juice, freshly squeezed
·white pepper, freshly ground, to taste
1 Tbsppickle relish, sweet or dill
1 tspfresh dill, chopped
1 pinchcayenne, or to taste
1/8 tsppaprika, sweet or hot
1 dash(es)frank’s hot sauce, or to taste
·substitute the sour cream with mayo
How to Make Salad Essentials: Andy’s Secret Dressing
- Chef’s Note: I have two types of recipes that I create:
1. Recipes I make for my clients and/or my houseguests.
2. Recipes I make for myself.
The recipes I make for others tend to be based on my years of experience on what people like; conversely, the recipes I make for myself trend more towards what I personally like. This recipe is in the latter category.