Alright, let's get on with this...and let's call it 'salad dressing' for today ok?! So, this is the dressing I grew up eating. My mum used to constantly have a few jars of this stored in the fridge over Summer and it was what we'd pour over our salads and spread in our school sandwiches etc. Now I have my own little fam it's really nice to be making this for them. We have over the years been buying the supermarket mayo but since I'm trying to limit/cut-out-entirely preservatives and those nasty numbers that are creeping into way too many products I figured I'd stop buying the dressing and make my own. Well, my mum's...and it is easy. Ridiculously easy...
If you're on a no-sugar kick then this isn't for you. Sorry! I do try to moderate our sugar intake but I figured here I would rather us eat a little bit of sugar than a little bit of I-have-no-idea-what-is-in-this-jar type thing.
Ok....on with the recipe. If you can even call it that. Not much to it really!!
Homemade Salad Dressing
1/2 tin condensed milk
1 cup white vinegar
1 teaspoon mustard powder
1 teaspoon curry powder (optional)
1. Throw all ingredients into a mixing bowl.
2. Beat until all is well combined.
3. Pour into your jar or whatever you want to store it in. I'm thinking I need a few pretty mason jars to keep mine in but that's probably not relevant at the moment...
4. That is it!
This should keep for a week or even more in your fridge as the vinegar should help preserve it. But if your family is anything like mine it has no hope of lasting more than a couple of days!
Have a good one.....