Buttermilk Salad Dressing
Thick, creamy buttermilk salad dressing can be tossed with everything from mixed greens to pasta. These easy recipes include varieties like blue cheese, ranch, and garlic buttermilk salad dressing.See Popular Buttermilk Salad Dressing Recipes
Try this creamy blend on a green salad with chicken or shrimp, or use it in a pasta salad with cherry tomatoes. We also like it drizzled over grilled or steamed asparagus. Although this dressing tastes creamy, you won't miss the fat because you get rich flavor from the pesto, while Greek yogurt adds protein and calcium.
Dress up a beef tenderloin roast with an aromatic dressing. The creamy blue cheese sauce with a snap of Dijon mustard is a tasty complement to Christmas dinner.
Tender strips of beef teamed with crunchy vegetables, crisp greens and a creamy low-fat dressing satisfy even the heartiest appetite.
Dijon-style mustard boosts the flavor of this creamy and versatile salad dressing recipe.
Freshly-made ranch dressing seasoned with fresh-chopped garden dill, parsley and chives tastes great on salads, served as a dipping sauce with fresh vegetables, crispy chicken tenders and Buffalo wings or as a condiment for sandwiches.
Toss homemade creamy dill dressing with turkey, nectarines, and greens to make this delicious summer salad.
Chef Jason Travi thinks of this as an everyday salad because it's simple enough to accompany just about any main course. The dressing can be made in large batches and kept in the refrigerator.
It may sound fattening, but buttermilk is actually low in fat and high in protein and calcium. Unlike skim milk, which is thin and watery, buttermilk is thick and creamy. It even contains probiotics, beneficial bacteria that help keep your digestive system healthy.
It takes only minutes to stir together this creamy salad dressing, and it tastes so much better than any store-bought version.
For a zesty kick to your barbecue ribs, add a dash of hot pepper sauce.
We perked up bagged coleslaw mix for this side salad by adding fresh-cut orange bell peppers and chopped cilantro.
For a hearty one-dish salad, toss tender strips of beef with crisp salad greens, carrots, tomatoes, and yellow sweet peppers. Dress with a tangy mix of buttermilk, yogurt, white wine vinegar, mayonnaise, cheese, onions, and spices, and serve as a main dish.
65% fewer calories, 77% less fat, 75% less sat fat than the original recipe. So many scrumptious layers with so much less fat--enjoy!