Let's get real about Caesar dressing. Although it tastes delicious, making it from scratch poses a few dilemmas: first, there's the raw egg yolks in the original recipe. Then there's dealing with the anchovies, which many people either love or hate.
So why not take the vegan route? A vegan Caesar dressing can have the same oomph of the classic, except with none of the worries about getting food poisoning or annoying fishy flavour. Plus, it won't spoil at picnics or other outdoor gatherings.
What's In Vegan Caesar Dressing?
As with many vegan spreads, tofu makes a great base for veganCaesar dressing. With the addition of lemon juice for zing, garlic and white miso for delectable umami, this rich and creamy dressing gives the original a run for its money.
The best part of this vegan Caesar dressing recipe? It's all made in a blender so there's not a ton of cleanup (especially if you use these tips for cleaning). Take a look at how it's done:
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