Si Sir Dressing

Phyllis requested….here you go.

(makes 2 cups)

3 garlic cloves

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½ C grated parmesan (Di Giorno is fine)

1 ½ t Dijon

1 t anchovy paste

2 t white balsamic vinegar

2 t Worcestershire sauce

1 ½ C mayonnaise

1 T chipotle puree

½ t salt

1 t pepper

2 T olive oil

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Using a food processor, drop  garlic through  feed tube while machine is running. Stop machine, scrape down sides and add remaining ingredients. Process until smooth. Dressing will hold in the refrigerator for 5-6 days.

This is so good that you will want to slather it on everything! And, no raw egg. Mayo works well.


  1. Wonderful and Delicious Salad; I just had this for lunch today at the Cafe after one of the most perfect 4th of July Parades I have ever been to! I bought one for my husband “to go” and he loved it too.

    1. Hello and thanks for the comments. On the highlupa, I simply puree a can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. If needed, you can add a smidge of water to form a smooth puree. The “chipotle sauce” for the chocolate tart has hoisin in it. Little different. Now that I think of it, that concoction might just be better. Thanks for the tip! Enjoy.

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