Tasty salad dressing that tastes great, is healthy and easy to make? Absolutely. This simple no fat dressing is healthy and packed full of flavor. Imagine great taste without the high fat like you find in the dressings at the supermarket. Even better - there are only 3 short and easy steps to making this healthy low fat recipe so you will be eating healthy in no time at all.
Things You'll Need
- 1 Can condensed beef broth (10.5 oz)
- 2 Tbsp. Vinegar
- 2 Tbsp. Chili sauce
- 1/3 small onion
- glass jar with lid
Your first step to making this healthy and fat free dressing is to grate your onion making sure not to leave any large lumps. You will only need about 1 tablespoon of grated onion for this recipe.
Next step for this healthy fat free dressing is to combine all of your ingredients in your glass jar. Screw on the lid and then shake well, until all ingredients are thoroughly mixed. (Canning jars work great)
Your last step for this tasty fat free salad dressing is simply to serve it. You can do this immediately at room temperature or you can serve it chilled.
Best if served over crisp greens. This makes a great healthier, diet friendly alternative to your regular salad dressing. You will be amazed out how much flavor you get out of this simple healthy fat free recipe.
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