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The Salad Or The Dressing

Updated on August 20, 2013

The Salad Or The Dressing

They say salads can be eaten on it's own but what would a salad be without some kind of dressing or oil on it, To me the best ingredient that goes in a salad is spinach, because it can mix with almost anything, you can use it so many ways on top of a sandwich, in a pasta you can even saute it but it still goes back to the dressings or the oil, without them the it goes back to being eaten a lone.

With all of that being said I like and need some type of dressing or oil on my salads it adds flavors and improves the taste that's why I want to share with you this tasty salad dressing, it's a honey-mustard dressing with a hint of chipotle to give it that spicy kick.

Honey-Mustard Dressing with Chipotle

They say salads can be eaten on it's own but what would a salad be without some kind of dressing or oil on it,
They say salads can be eaten on it's own but what would a salad be without some kind of dressing or oil on it, | Source

Honey-Mustard with Chipotle.

Ingredients

1/4 cup of Hellmans mayonnaise ( I love this mayo )

4 tablespoons of water

1 tablespoon of spicy mustard

3 tablespoons of dijon mustard

1 pinch of chili powder

3 tablespoons of pure honey

1/2 teaspoon of chipotle

Method

Combine all the ingredients together and whisk until blended thoroughly, mix with favorite salad mix and serve, its even great as a sandwich spread....refrigerate any remaining dressing....enjoy.

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      Handicapped Chef 5 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      IT VERY GOOD IT THE CHIPOTLE THAT MAKES FOR ME THAT SPICY KICK IS LOVELY.

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      Cathy 5 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

      Well, this sounds and looks good to me. Thank you for the recipe.