Sweet limes taste like a cross between lemons and limes, and are abundant in the southwestern part of America. Here they are used to lend a slightly sweet tartness to the salsa.
This flavorful dressing is great on a green salad and also as a marinade for tofu and other vegetarian main courses.
If you have run out of enchilada sauce, as I did recently, or you just want a better tasting sauce than store-bought varieties, try this easy, quick version. It will make your enchiladas taste spectacular!
I have reduced the calories in this dressing by using yogurt instead of mayonnaise and by cutting the levels of honey and oil. I think you'll agree, it still has zing!
This is a piquant, savory dressing that goes especially well on mixed greens. I use here it on a chard, kale and red sweet pepper mix. Delicious!
There are many good vegan Worcestershire sauce brands. My favorite is Kroger;although it is not labeled vegan, it has no anchovies or other animal based ingredients. If you can not find vegan Worcestershire in your area, or would like to save money on this wonderful flavoring, try my recipe for a good homemade version.
Serve this salsa on top of burritos, enchilada, Mexican rice or as a dip with tortilla chips. I also posted a recipe for Salsa Fresca with Pico de Gallo here. Either one is a healthy snack!
Use this lightly sweet dressing on fruit salads or green salads, such as my Swiss Chard Salad. It makes an everyday salad taste special.
Sweet lemons or "citrus limetta" are a delightful lemon that may be eaten raw just like an orange. Here I have used 2 sweet lemons in making a delicious salad dressing.
This dressing has a creamy, mildly sweet flavor, and a vivid color that will make your fresh green salad even more beautiful.