Caesar dressing or Caesar salad dressing is one of the easiest dressing recipes you ever tried!
This classic recipe contains no anchovies but it tastes really great on your Caesar salad or in a chicken wrap. Put it on your lettuce and you will give your salad recipes even more flavor. Are you ready to learn how to make this Caesar dressing? Let’s get started!
The easiest thing to do is to get your dressing in the store. But doing that you have no idea what is in the dressing.
With this recipe, you will know exactly what is in your salad dressing. It doesn’t contain anchovies or anchovies paste.
As we are using Worcestershire sauce that contains anchovies no additional is required. Classic Caesar salad dressing requires garlic.
To make the garlic not that strong use a pestle and mortar to crush the garlic. You will see a bit of oil appear.
Keep on crushing until the garlic is completely soft and use it in your dressing.
Caesar dressing ingredients
To make this Caesar salad dressing recipe you need just a couple of ingredients. Put the following ingredients on your grocery list:
- Organic mayonnaise
- Parmesan cheese
- Lemon juice
- Dijon mustard
- Worcestershire sauce
- Salt and pepper
How to make Caesar dressing
To make this classic Caesar dressing recipe start with crushing the garlic into a soft oily paste and put it in a bowl.
Add the Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, and the Dijon mustard. Take a whisk and stir it through thoroughly until it is well combined.
Then it is time to add the mayonnaise to the bowl. Stir the mayonnaise through the lemon, mustard sauce.
Then grate the parmesan cheese and add to the sauce as well. Finally, season the dressing with salt and pepper.
As the Worcestershire sauce is quite salt taste and season and taste again. I only used a little pepper only.
Your dressing is ready to serve.
How long does your homemade Caesar dressing last?
You can keep this dressing up to 7 days in de fridge. Put it in a glass jar with lit or in a plastic container
What do you place anchovies with?
Anchovies are a really salty fish that is really soft. If you chop the anchovies really fine, it almost dissolves in the sauce.
Anchovies can be really overpowering in the sauce. You can replace the anchovies:
- Anchovies paste
- Worcestershire sauce
- Fish sauce
- Umeboshi – if you want to make vegan dressing
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Try this recipe and I hope you will love this Caesar dressing recipe as much as I do!
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This caesar dressing is the best. Not too salty and just the right amount of garlic. Use on your caesar salad or any type of lettuce.
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
- 1 small garlic cloves, minced in a pestle
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Crush the garlic into a soft oily paste using a pestle and mortar. Put it in a bowl
- Add the Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, and the Dijon mustard. Whisk until the ingredients are well combined
- Add the mayonnaise to the bowl. Stir the mayonnaise through the lemon, mustard sauce
- Grate the parmesan cheese and add to the sauce as well. Finally, season the dressing with salt and pepper
- Your caesar dressing is ready to serve
Worcestershire sauce is quite salt taste and season and taste again.
Calories: 465; Fat: 42g; Carbs: 1.2g; Protein: 4.6g