Category: Salad Dressings and Condiments

Salad dressings and condiment recipes from Dish-y.com

You'll love the bright notes of orange zest in this Citrus Seasoning for Seafood & Vegetables on salmon, roasted summer vegetables, shrimp, salads and more! 0

Citrus Seasoning for Seafood & Vegetables

Don’t you love finding the hidden gems in life? Recently, I felt like I had stumbled onto one of the best ideas since sliced bread. I found myself throwing out a lot of citrus peels, knowing that the best flavor can be found in the zest. I hated to waste so much opportunity. After a little research (and dehydration), this Citrus Seasoning for Seafood & Vegetables stood among the ranks of the best DIY seasoning blends in my pantry. In the spirit of reclaiming my wasted citrus peels, I turned to the blogosphere for good tips on drying and milling....

Wretched Menace Reaper Rub is a dreadfully spicy yet thrillingly flavorful dry rub {made from Carolina Reaper chiles} perfect for smoked & grilled meats. 0

Wretched Menace Reaper Rub {Carolina Reaper Recipe}

Each year, we make a day (or two) of firing up the smoker for our family and friends. We call it Williams Family Smokefest. I eagerly awaited this year’s first event knowing that I had something special in store with the dried Carolina Reaper chiles I had tucked away from last season’s harvest. I’ve used Carolina Reaper chiles a few times now, and each of my previous experiments (including Sweet & Spicy Reaper Smoked Turkey Breast) were most definitely on the conservative side of spicy. I wasn’t sure just how spicy these little fire nuggets were. I let that fear get the best...

With a pantry full of spices, why buy a ready-made steak seasoning? Try this recipe if you're looking for a DIY version that kicks steak sauce to the curb. 0

Williams Steak Seasoning {DIY with Fresh Spices}

I admit it. I love A1 sauce… And for some reason, Rob always gives me a hard time about using steak sauce. I guess the steak seasoning in this house needs to get a little more creative than salt + pepper. Enter me and my pantry full of spices. I do not have a spice rack. I have a spice section. It includes 2 shelves, 16 magnetic jars affixed to the back of my pantry door on silver trays, and a wooden board full of decorative jars containing this and that. With that much kitchen real estate dedicated to my herbs and...

My signature seasoning blend is perfect for poultry, potatoes and vegetables—but I also use it for salmon, pork and casseroles. You'll love the savory flavor of this all-purpose seasoning! 0

Williams House Seasoning {All-Purpose Seasoned Salt}

Everyone needs a go-to house seasoning blend—something you can put on anything and everything to add some quick flavor and a special touch to basic meals. Growing up, I remember my dad reaching for Lawry’s Seasoned Salt a lot. I also remember it turning canned green beans into a much more flavorful vegetable I actually liked to eat. Lawry’s adds a simplistic flavor, but some flavor is better than none! I’ve used it many times as a base, adding other seasonings on top of it to spruce it up. Even though the ingredient list is pretty ambiguous (i.e. “salt, spices.” Yeah,...

This recipe for Mixed Greens with Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette from Dish-y.com is a light and refreshing way to use up fresh greens from the garden. 0

Mixed Greens With Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette

Gardening season is here. That means I’m about to have more lettuce than I know how to use up. I’ve been building my collection of recipes using spring greens all winter long. And this recipe for Mixed Greens with Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette is one of the more delicious ways I’ve come up with to use the bounty of fresh spring greens coming my way. In the last few years, I’ve become pretty accustomed to making salads as side or main dishes anywhere from 1-4 times per week. They’re so easy, and I love having the salad ingredients on hand for quick...

Arugula with Cranberry Vinaigrette is a green salad with a great mix of peppery and tart flavors, and makes a wonderful healthy side for winter meals. Also a great way to use up leftover cranberry sauce from holiday gatherings. 0

Arugula with Cranberry Vinaigrette

Salads have become an expression of creativity on my dinner table. I love working with all kinds of greens, but arugula was one that wasn’t getting much of the spotlight in my kitchen. A little bit about Arugula Arugula is known widely for its peppery taste. Although baby arugula is less peppery than the mature counterpart, it’s still pretty peppery. It really needs a good combination of complementary flavors to go with it. This peppery-tasting arugula reminds me of my recipe for Goat Cheese with Cracked Peppercorn Cranberry Relish that I published for Thanksgiving in 2014. It was the combo of...

Mixed Greens Salad with Apple, Goji & Bright Vinaigrette Recipe from Dish-y.com 0

Mixed Greens Salad with Apple, Goji & Bright Vinaigrette

It’s the middle of winter, I’m feeling motivated to eat well, and there currently aren’t many options for in-season produce. It’s a great time of year to put the power of dried bulk fruits to work, and I have been wanting to make a great salad with goji berries for quite some time now. Today’s the day. Did you know that goji berries are hailed as one of the most nutritionally-rich foods in the world? When I first heard about these berries almost 10 years ago, it was pretty difficult to get your hands on goji berries. But now I can...

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Grandma’s Oil And Vinegar Salad Recipe

Food is one of those things that has the awesome power to send you back in time. It can evoke vivid memories just from a simple taste or smell. My grandma’s oil and vinegar salad does that for me. Whenever we eat this salad, I’m always instantly transported back to the Sunday family dinners we had when I was a child. Grandma did nearly all of the cooking, and she was good at it. I think that’s where I get some of my passion for cooking. I wish she were still here to cook for me, because I know I’d...

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Simple Taco Seasoning Mix Recipe

Make your own delicious taco seasoning mix from scratch. I use a taco seasoning mix at least a few times per month for various recipes. Of course, this versatile seasoning blend comes in handy for its namesake; tacos. I also use it for just about anything I want to give a southwest flair, like fajita meat, nacho toppings, enchiladas, rice, stewed or baked beans, southwest ranch dressing, soup, you name it! In my early cooking days, I would purchase one of those handy taco seasoning mix pouches each time I planned to make tacos. Now, at about $2 a pop,...

Dry Ranch Dressing Seasoning Mix Recipe 0

Dry Ranch Dressing Seasoning Mix

Make your own dry ranch dressing seasoning mix. Ranch dressing is delicious. I have always loved it. But ranch dressing is a common offender on the high-calorie suspect list, and it is often one of the first “favorites” to get dropped in calorie cutting sprees. I’m here to tell you that it’s possible to take back your favorite by making your own dry ranch dressing seasoning mix. I make my own dressings because I love the fresh taste of them. For me, it’s essential to have an authentic ranch dressing for salads, chicken wings, veggie platters, and the like. The...