Thousand Island Dressing Premium PD Recipe

2017-08-15

This low-cal oil-free plant-based remake is perfection as a special sauce sandwich spread or burger topper, zesty salad dressing or creamy fry dip to make your health minded meals spectacular. Protective Diet puts saucy sandwiches back on your favorites list. PD Thousand Island Dressing gives veggie burgers a saucy flavor boost, improving food satisfaction for an unforgettable healthy vegan meal.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by Robinlee Garber on March 24, 2018

    I love this recipe so much! So creamy and delicious- I couldn’t believe how flavorful it was the next day when I tasted it after I let it sit for 24 hours. It goes great on everything!

  2. posted by Joann Wright on September 23, 2017

    This is sooooooo good!! Completely SAD friendly and so versatile!

  3. posted by K Dunsdon on August 25, 2017

    Hmm, not sure why all of my dressings with tofu end up as a thick paste instead of having a dressing consistency.

    • posted by Julie Marie on August 26, 2017

      This dressing is thick like a spread or like mayo but not paste like. It should be creamy and smooth. Here’s some trouble shooting: Use a Blendtec or Vitamix high-speed blender, use water packed 14 ounce tofu, add liquid recipe ingredients to the bottom of the blender and blend on high for 60 seconds.

  4. posted by christine royer on August 22, 2017

    How long do you think this will stay fresh in the fridge? One week?

  5. posted by marci rubin on August 21, 2017

    Wow, I grew up on an oil, egg, and sugar loaded version of thousand island dressing. My mother would make it with helman’s mayo and chili sauce. She would measure out a tablespoon for a salad of iceberg lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes and carrots. And croutons made from her homemade challah. This was a blast from the past and its awesome to be able to drown my salad in it, which I did. The freedom of never having to count calories is a big reason why PD works for me especially. I was emotional while eating this for dinner last night.

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