For almost 10 years I’ve been highlighting my favorite St. Louis restaurants. Southern Living joined the party and recently published it’s own list of The 22 Best Restaurants In St. Louis For Every Price Point. I’m glad to see our food scene in the national spotlight.
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As you know from my previous posts, my favorite salad dressing is Basil Vinaigrette made from leaves plucked from my herb garden each summer.
But during the holidays, Robin composed this nutty, peanut dressing. The ambrosia was, indeed, fit for the gods. It would make shoe leather taste good.
The zippy salad she made was packed with nutritious vegetables, including carrots, Napa and purple cabbage, scallions, cilantro, spinach, edamame, and sprouts. If desired, cooked noodles can also go into the versatile mixture. The whole shebang can be topped with chicken strips and fried wonton strips.
Bliss on a Plate
You will love using this dressing on green salads, for a dip, or spread on roasted vegetables. The Peanut Butter Dressing carries the day no matter where you decide to use it. If desired, make the dressing up before hand and refrigerate, so it blends nicely and makes the prep time even shorter. Add water or broth if it’s too thick.
So if you’re in a cooking slump and want to give your family a flavor boost, try this Peanut Butter Dressing for a real umami party.