salad dressing

NOUN
  1. savory dressings for salads; basically of two kinds: either the thin French or vinaigrette type or the creamy mayonnaise type
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How To Use salad dressing In A Sentence

  • AHD has termed chia "natural super seeds", and said they can be used in a variety of functional food applications, including cereals, breads, soups, salad dressings and nutrition bars. NutraIngredients RSS
  • The restaurant smelled of bloody meat and salad dressing.
  • One early focus was the company's commissary, which imported olive oil, cheese, and other ingredients from Italy and then made sauces, salad dressings, and pastas by hand.
  • It was practically empty - catsup, salad dressing, mustard, beer. FOLLOW THE SHARKS
  • Add the salad dressing and any juice from the orange and mix well.
  • The restaurant smelled of bloody meat and salad dressing.
  • Meanwhile, the vinegar mixes with the oil that the food was fried in to become something akin to a salad dressing. The Sun
  • Hellmann's have introduced five new salad dressings to tickle our tastebuds which compare favourably calorie-wise with lower calorie mayonnaise.
  • But it offers one more reason to eat seafood a few times a week without worrying that the soy oil in your salad dressing will cancel out the seafood's benefits.
  • This salad dressing is nice and herby.
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