Russian Salad Dressing from Food.com: Couldn't find it premade, so I may just have to make my own. Healthier that way too, I'm sure. I have searched the internet far and near and finally I found a Russian Dressing recipe that ACTUALLY WAS Russian dressing! Good Stuff!

Russian Salad Dressing

Russian Salad Dressing from Food.com: Couldn't find it premade, so I may just have to make my own. Healthier that way too, I'm sure. I have searched the internet far and near and finally I found a Russian Dressing recipe that ACTUALLY WAS Russian dressing! Good Stuff!

The Russian Tea Room’s Russian Dressing via @thefooddictator

The Russian Tea Room’s Russian Dressing

Homemade Russian Salad Dressing | by Life Tastes Good has a pleasantly sharp flavor that livens up a salad, but is most delicious on a sandwich or hamburger too. #RussianDressing #Sandwich

Homemade Russian Salad Dressing

Homemade Russian Salad Dressing | by Life Tastes Good has a pleasantly sharp flavor that livens up a salad, but is most delicious on a sandwich or hamburger too. #RussianDressing #Sandwich

Russian Olivier Potato Salad - You should try this fancied up potato salad and see why our family has been making it for years! | by LetTheBakingBeginBlog.com | @Letthebakingbgn

Russian Potato Salad or Olivier Salad (Салат Оливье или Мясной Салат )

Russian Olivier Potato Salad - You should try this fancied up potato salad and see why our family has been making it for years! | by LetTheBakingBeginBlog.com | @Letthebakingbgn

Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are often confused because both begin with a base of mayonnaise and ketchup or ketchup-style chili sauce, which results in a pink salad dressing. But where Thousand Island is a bit sweet and studded with pickle relish, Russian dressing is on the spicier side, with a hint of heat from horseradish and hot sauce. For more information about salad dressings and tips on making them from scratch, see our Homemade Salad Dressing Primer.

Russian Dressing

Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are often confused because both begin with a base of mayonnaise and ketchup or ketchup-style chili sauce, which results in a pink salad dressing. But where Thousand Island is a bit sweet and studded with pickle relish, Russian dressing is on the spicier side, with a hint of heat from horseradish and hot sauce. For more information about salad dressings and tips on making them from scratch, see our Homemade Salad Dressing Primer.

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