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                      BOB “OVEN'S ” COLONIAL DRESSING
 
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Copycat                          Dressings
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1       c            Water
      1/8   c            Cornstarch
      1/2   c            Vinegar -- light or dark
    1       c            Sugar
    1       t            Onion powder
    1       tb           Salt
      1/4   c            Butter or margarine
      1/2   ts           Pepper
    1       t            Celery salt
    1       tb           Celery seed
 
   Recipe by: Gloria Pitzer, Better Cookery
   Cookbook/bobbi744@sojourn.com Put water and cornstarch
   into blender on High speed for 1 minute or until
   smooth. Transfer to a 2 1/2 qt. saucepan. Cook mixture
   over Medium High heat, stirring constantly as you
   begin to add each of the remaining ingredients,
   stirring well after each addition. Cook and continue
   stirring until it begins to  thicken and become quite
   smooth. Let it cool completel before pouring into a
   refrigerator container. Cap tightly. Kepps for about
   weeks. Do Not Freeze. Makes 2
       1/2    cups. Variations: Creamy Italian Colonial:
   to one recipe (above) add 1 Tbsp. prepared mustard, 1
   Tbsp. light corn syrup, 1 Tbsp. dry oregano leaves,
   1/2 tsp. garlic powder and 1/2 cup mayonnaise. Stir to
   combine well. Keep refrigerated. Makes about 3 cups.
   Do Not Freeze. Catalina Colonial: To one recipe
   (above) add: 1 cup catsup and 1/2 cup sweet pickle
   relish. Makes 3 1/2 cups. Creamy Onion Dressing: To
   one recipe (above) stir in: 8 ounce carton onion chip
   dip. Makes 3 cups. Do Not Freeze. Slaw Dressing: To
   one recipe (above) stir in: 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/2
   cup mayonnaise. Use within one week of preparing.
   Makes 3 cups. Do Not Freeze. MC formatting and posting
   by bobbi744@sojourn.com
  
 
 
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