Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I served this recipe at an Australian International dinner I was hosting and everyone found it to bee to hot from the mustard. Next time I would use less mustard or maybe try a milder variety!
I was very pleased with this low cal, low fat alternative to regular salad dressing. Yogurt is so versatile and you can pretty much make any kind of mock dressing you want. The second time I try...
Quick and simple -- and refreshing blend of lemon and dijon flavours. Great for summer salads.
wanted more lemony taste, so I added 50% more lemon and some grated lemon peel, but everyone thought it was delicious with shrimp.
Last night I made this for dinner to put on a chicken salad for my boyfriend. To me it was okay. I am giving it 4 stars because I added greek yogurt, instead of the regular yogurt so I think it ...
This is a perfect low fat option to the normal dressing and so simple to make.....highly recommended!
Easy-peasy, and very delicious. I use regular, not fat free yoghurt, and it was so nice and creamy.
Delicious. Quick and Easy! I put on an arugula salad with grilled fish. Thank you for submitting it.
For a low fat tartar sauce I added sweet pickle relish. I sneaked it by my tartar sauce lovin' daughter...turned out great, 'cuz she loved it!