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Salad dressings

  1. 1. Unhealthy Salad Dressings
  2. 2. Ginger Sesame Vinaigrette This gingerly dressing is great with green salads and cooked vegetables, as well as with noodles and grains. Also goes well with Jamaica and orange salad. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Ginger Sesame Vinaigrette provides 177 Kcal, 2.7 g of fat
  3. 3. Caesar Salad Dressing One of the most popular salad dressings used in many restaurants all over the world. The main ingredients of a Caesar salad dressing are Worcestershire sauce, olive oil, lemon, salt & pepper. Usually is served with lettuce, grilled chicken and bread croutons. The only downside to this salad might be the high sodium content of the Worcestershire sauce. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Caesar dressing provides 155 Kcal and 16g of fat
  4. 4. Thousand Island Dressing It’s a creamy, sweet and incredibly flavorful dressing. Mayonnaise with added chili sauce and minced olives, peppers and hard-cooked egg. Thousand Island dressing is a salad dressing and condiment, a variant of remoulade and Russian dressing. The base commonly contains mayonnaise and can include olive oil, lemon juice, orange juice, paprika Worcestershire sauce, mustard, vinegar, cream, chilli sauce, tomato puree, ketchup, or Tabasco sauce.      Nutrition-wise: 2Tbsp of Thousand Island dressing provides 111 Kcal and 10g of fat.
  5. 5. Ranch Dressing Ranch Dressing made up of combination of buttermilk, sour cream, yogurt, mayonnaise, minced green onion, garlic powder, and other seasonings mixed into a sauce. This dressing is a common dipping sauces for vegetables such as broccoli and carrots, as well as for chips and "bar foods" such as French fries and chicken wings.         Nutrition-wise:       2 Tbsp of Ranch Dressing provides 148 kcal and 15g fat
  6. 6. Healthy Salad Dressings
  7. 7. Lemon Dressing A basic dressing added with seasonings to freshly cut fruits and vegetables to add a zing. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Lemon dressing provides 17 kcal and 1.0g fat
  8. 8. Olive Oil And Lemon Dressing Olive oil and lemon dressing is the fresh summer salad dressing. It is the combination of minced or finely chopped garlic, black pepper, extra virgin Olive Oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Olive oil and lemon dressing provides 110 kcal and 14g fat
  9. 9. Asian Ginger Dressing Asian Ginger Dressing is a terrific salad dressing for all salads - especially great for use on cabbage salads. It can be a great way to complement a variety of meals. This dressing is delicious on salads as well as steamed or grilled veggies. It is a combination of garlic, ginger, olive oil, rice vinegar, soy sauce, honey, and water. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Asian Ginger Dressing provides 60 kcal and 6g fat
  10. 10. Balsamic Dressing Balsamic dressing is a condiment which is made with balsamic vinegar. The simplest version of this is simply a blend of oil- vinegar and is often regarded as ‘healthy dressing’.] Balsamic dressing is used as a salad dressing and, as a cold sauce,accompanies asparagus, leek or may be used as a marinade or sauce for grilled, roasted, and broiled foods, developing a caramelized flavor along the way. Nutrition-wise: 2 Tbsp of Balsamic Dressing provides 90 Kcal, 8 g of fat
  11. 11. French Dressing A French salad dressing consists of a mixture of vinegar and oil (generally vegetable oil in the north and olive oil in the south); within France this is known as vinaigrette. French dressing is done with lemon juice, sugar, dry mustard, pepper, garlic, and olive oil, among other ingredients. Nutrition-wise: 1 Tbsp of Caesar dressing provides 73 Kcal and 7g of fat