4 Tablespoons oil
3 Tablespoons lemon juice
2 Tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
This is a great dressing for a corn (or any veggie) salad, such as:
cherry tomatoes (sliced in half)
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September 2, 2012
bok choy salad
Please clarify amount of sugar.
Michelle Niles, il jewishbucktown.com
October 4, 2011
For those concerned with broccoli infestation, you can buy supervised bags of the slaw mix. If you hold by food supervised by the agency, you can certainly hold by them checking for bugs.
Melissa New Haven, CT
January 23, 2011
Yasher Koach - Just used dried vs fresh dill
Great recipes. Just note that dill should be dried as there is no Kashruth agency that allows it, as it is usually infested and no way to check it.
Nice touch - to have recipes. Hope to see more!
January 10, 2011
Thank you! They look great!
Thank you for all the great recipes. These will make a nice change on our Shabbos table. Don't stop here - please keep adding new ones!
Anonymous London, UK
January 10, 2010
I am so surprised to see the broccoli recipe so casually listed without any warnings for cleaning instructions. As broccoli is one of the vegetables known to be so vulnerable to infestation, that just about, if not every Kashruth agency has outlined very strict conditions for its usage to its caterers, food establishments and lay population.
Anonymous Montreal, Canada
December 28, 2009
Hearts of Palm Salad
If I leave out the asparagus for this salad, will it taste good still or does it need this ingredient? Thank you very much, and I hope to try all of them out!!!
Anonymous Kew Gardens, NY
October 13, 2008
Add dried dill with or withour sour cream for a variation on this one!