Rogue River Blue Salad Dressing

October 30, 2009

The Lady is not into measurements when it comes to cooking as has been mentioned before…

Yesterday when she arrive home from the cheese mines, The Man announced he had bought a head of iceberg lettuce and wanted The Lady to make a Blue Cheese Dressing for a “Wedge Salad”.

The Lady rummaged through the fridge and found the remainder of the Rogue River Blue Wedge that she bought when Miss Anne and The Tall Guy visited (and previously reviewed here by your favorite feline foodie…that would be me). It was decided that Rogue River Blue would make one “killer dressing”…

Ingredients:

2 Large Dollps of Mayo

2 tablespoons of Creme Fraiche (which The Lady made)

A Splash of Milk

Approximately 3-4 ounces of Rogue River Blue, crumbled

Squeeze of Fresh Lemon Juice

Small Splash of Tapatio Hot Sauce

Salt and Fresh Gound Pepper to taste

Preparation:

The Lady whisked the Mayo, Creme Fraiche and Milk together until well blended.

She added the crumbled Rogue River Blue and mixed until well incorporated.

She added the lemon, Tapatio, salt and pepper to taste.

Marinate in the fridge for at least an hour.

 

The Salad was a wedge of lettuce, halved cherry tomatoes (the last from The Man’s summer garden) and crumbled bacon.

The Man proclaimed it the best blue cheese dressing he had ever had…so there you go…

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