Aunt Irene’s Salad Dressing


Finally, as promised, a post dedicated to ‘Aunt Irene’s’ salad dressing. My family is massive and Aunt Irene is one of my many great aunts.

Mimi, my grandmother, and her sister, Aunt Irene

Her salad dressing is delicious and has been a staple in our household for as long as I can remember. This recipe is SO easy and is good on pretty much any salad (I used it on this salad).

We almost always make the dressing in a ‘Good Seasons’ cruet. You can find this cruet at most grocery stores near the salad dressings.

Here are the ingredients.

Recipe: Add the following ingredients according to the lines on the cruet.

–1/4 cup rice vinegar (Marukan brand, genuine brewed, not seasoned)

–1/2 cup olive oil

–3 Tbsp water

–1 tsp dried dill (if using fresh dill, use a little more)

–1 tsp sugar

–1/2 tsp celery salt

Adjust the ingredients to taste and add a pinch of salt and pepper, if desired.

Try this on any salad and let me know what you think!

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