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.

6 comments

  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.

  2. Ooops! Found the Chipotle mix recipe with the Chocolate Chipotle pie. Thanks. Love your blog!!

    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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