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5 Other Ways to Use Your Salad Dressing

5 Other Ways to Use Your Salad Dressing

Your guide to making the most of your salad dressing for more delicious recipes.

You think your salad dressing is only for your dose of greens? You better think again. From seasoning chicken to mixing with pasta, you’ll be surprised by how much you can do with just a bottle of your favorite salad dressing. Read on, Foodies!

Use it as a chicken dressing.

If you want to give the usual fried-chicken-and-gravy combo a twist, here’s a simple idea: season your chicken with salt, pepper, and lemon squeeze. Fry until golden brown. Serve with Caesar dressing, wasabi mayo, or tartar sauce as your dip. And don’t forget the rice—never the rice!

Mix it with your potatoes.

Goodbye mashed potatoes, hello creamy potatoes! Level up your side dish game by seasoning your potatoes with salt, pepper, and herbs, plus a drizzle of olive oil. Bake for a few minutes. Pour Caesar dressing or spicy cheese dressing over the potatoes and sprinkle them with bacon bits.

Substitute your carbonara sauce with salad dressing.

Whip up a new creamy pasta mix in just three steps: 1) boil the pasta and set aside. 2) sauté onion, garlic, bell pepper, and chunks of chicken. 3) add cooked pasta into the pan and mix it with Kewpie Roasted Sesame Dressing. Definitely a must- try!

Full recipe here.

Brush and grill.

Let your salad dressing take charge of the grilling station. Instead of using BBQ sauce, brush your pork or chicken with spicy cheese dressing. Add pepper, onion, garlic, and veggies to boost the flavor.

Savor its spicy flavor.

Give your main dish the ultimate kick with Kewpie Spicy Cheese Dressing’s hot, sweet, and sour flavors. Its taste blends well with this Tofu Sisig recipe. Try it and you won’t regret it, promise.

Full recipe here.

Happy cooking with Kewpie, Foodies!

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