But what about if you don't like salad, or Caesar salads; or it's the time of year when you can't get the produce you like to use in your salad? Then here's a couple of different ways to use Julia's Caesar Dressing.
Deviled Eggs. Put down a plate of deviled eggs at a party here in the South and they will disappear in about 3 minutes. Make the eggs using Julia's Caesar instead of mayo and throw some capers in to give them some pizzaz. Or some crumbled crisp bacon. You can also use some finely minced red onion for a little extra spice. If you and your friends love anchovies, you could top your deviled eggs with thin slices of anchovy which is a natural fit for the dressing.
Potato Salad: Just get your new potatoes boiled, tossed with Julia's Caesar dressing, some celery and maybe a little olive if you like. Onion's always good.
Sandwich Spread: Anything you use mayo for, substitute Julia's Caesar. A grilled chicken pannini with roasted red peppers on sourdough is particularly good.
Topping for Pasta? I just heard this one recently and haven't tried it yet. I do think it would be great in a pasta salad with finely diced fresh bell pepper, celery, red onion, and maybe some olives. We just spoke with one of our biggest fans/taste testers and he tells us that it went great on a pasta salad!
Salad Nicoise: Tuna or salmon with roasted or boiled potatoes, steamed green beans, diced boiled egg, chopped tomatoes, calamata or nicoise olive, a little red onion and my dressing should work well together. That sounds delicious to me: Made it for lunch this week and it tasted GREAT! Will be whipping one up for our cooking demo and tasting at the Saturday Cedar Park and Sunday Mueller Farmer's Markets, 8/24 and 8/25/13.
NOTE: See recipe section for detailed instructions on preparing with dish with fresh, local faire!
Crudites: Julia's Caesar works great as a crudite dip. A bowl on ice (if it's going to be out for a while) surrounded by the usual carrots, broccoli, celery, peppers or whatever you like. We even have one customer who likes to dip our Gypsy Knots Spicy Pretzels into it!
That's all I can think of for now. If YOU have any suggestions, drop us a line in the Contact Us section of this web site: We'd LOVE to hear from ya!