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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Casa Dressing

Casa means "house" in Spanish. This is a family (and friend) favorite salad dressing, that I have been making for years. It is a creamy dressing with a Mexican Flare. I love to serve it with salad when making mexican or southwestern dishes. Or if you use it for a "main meal salad" it is super yummy with a "taco salad"! It also makes a nice alternative sour cream for a taco topping. This recipe makes one cup, which serves about 8. However, I usually double it and it fills a pint jar to the rim.

2/3C Mayonaise
1/3C Milk
1T Lime Juice
1T Cumin
1/2 tsp Sea Salt
1/2 tsp Pepper
1T Fresh Cilantro,chopped or 1tsp dried

I either put it in a jar and shake it really good or whcik it in a bowl. If you use fresh cilantro, you might want to add that to the dressing at the time of serving, but when I use dried, I mix prefer to put that in ahead and let it sit. The flavor of the cilantro come forth best in each case in those ways. Enjoy!

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Amy @ Homestead Revival said...

I crave lime and cilantro - two of my favorite ingredients. And I've been needing a good Mexican food dressing. I look forward to trying this soon! Thanks for sharing on the link up!

Wonderwoman said...

Ooh a different looking salad dressing! Love the picture of your family...even the dogs. We have two bostons, stop over and check out the photos of them. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.