Cardini’s Caesar Salad Dressing

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Classics are classics for a reason. They’ve stood the test of time and are still around. Caesar dressing has been around for just about 100 years. It was invented in Tijuana by, yep you guessed it, a guy named Caesar. Caesar Cardini. The dressing is a wonderful combination of lemon, olive oil, egg, vinegar, lemon juice and a few other ingredients. Cardini’s Caesar salad dressing uses those same great classic ingredients. This is a great tasting bottled dressing.

Cardini's Caesar Salad Dressing

The right mount of vinegar

I really enjoyed that Cardini’s Caesar salad dressing wasn’t too vinegary. It’s nice and smooth. Too much vinegar can really detract from what could be a great dressing. Not here. The vinegar has the perfect balance, along with the other ingredients. It’s thick, but not too thick.

You won’t need a whole lot of this dressing to make for a great tasting salad. It’s such a wonderful flavor that you’ll find yourself savoring each and every bite. I’ve seen reviewers refer to it as ‘refreshing’ and I think that describes it perfectly.

To anchovy or not to anchovy

This bottled version does not include anchovies in the ingredients. The original dressing didn’t contain them either. I always thought it was a common addition, but turns out they were added later.

You’ll also want to try these other awesome store-bought dressings and toppings:
Brianna’s Home Style Asiago Caesar
Brianna’s Home Style Creamy Balsamic
Frederik’s by Meijer Peppercorn Bacon Ranch
Panera Bread Greek Vinaigrette

Also checkout my always-growing list of the best store-bought garden salad dressings and toppings!

Cardini's Caesar Salad Dressing

Cardini’s Caesar Salad Dressing

Perfect.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Course Salad Dressing
Cuisine American

Instructions
 

  • Make your salad using your favorite ingredients.
  • Serve with dressing, to taste.
Keyword Caesar, creamy
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