Thousand Island Dressing
I do a lot of my cooking by "eyeball method"...Rarely do I measure anything, so I tried to be as accurate here as I could.
2 cmayonnaise (don't use a miracle whip type of dressing... use only mayo!) fat-free is okay
1/3 cfine minced onion (put in your electric chopper for a few seconds)
2 tspminced bell pepper (place in the chopper with the onions)
1/3 csweet pickle relish
1/4 cworcestershire sauce (may need a bit more...to your taste)
1 tspfine minced capers (optional) (also in the chopper)
How to Make Thousand Island Dressing
- First, I recommend you have a small electric chopper. These are worth their weight in gold! Place your onion, bell pepper and capers (optional)in the chopper and pulse for a few seconds. Using a rubber spatula, scrape contents of chopper into a mixing bowl. Measure out 2 cups of mayo and mix well. Add Worcestershire Sauce. Then add your sweet relish. If this mixture is too thick, you may add a little milk (skim milk is okay)to get the desired thickness. (You can also use plain soy milk if you wish.)
- Put in a jar with a tight fitting lid or dressing cruet and refrigerate until serving. Keep well chilled. This works great as a veggie dip too!
Note: Try some of this on your next homemade hamburger... What do you think McDonald's "Special Sauce" is? ;-)
- Bon apetit' Y'all!