Here's a delicious thousand island dressing that will fit almost any diet
While most salad dressing brands offer reduced carb, low- or no-fat versions of popular varieties, it's difficult to find a thousand island dressing that is low in all things fat, sugar, and carbohydrates. You'll see plenty of French, Italian, and Ranch - in fact, about every type is well-represented in low-fat or low-carb with the exception of thousand island. I have discovered a reduced fat variety, but really wanted to accomplish an all-around great flavor that avoided these three key ingredients: fat, sugar, and carbs.
After a little experimentation, I found this base thousand island mixture to work best. You can experiment with different types of salad dressing or mayonnaise - simply choose the degree of fat or fat-free taste that works for you. I began with fat-free mayo and it tasted just fine. Now, I use a reduced fat salad dressing that brings the taste level up several notches.
Low-Sugar Thousand Island Dressing
3 heaping tablespoons
Mix mayo, ketchup, relish, and Sweet-n-Low thoroughly and allow to chill overnight or for an hour or so. Adjust ingredients as desired for color and thickness.
This is a super-easy
combo that will taste as good as the full-flavored version (in my opinion)
and fill the bill for any number of dietary requirements.
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Pittsburg, TX 75686
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