Creamy Salad Dressing | Egg Free

Creamy Eggless Salad Dressing

My Mother would make two salad dressings – one an eggless, mustardy mayonnaise made with condensed milk (its a beauty) and today’s recipe, a creamy salad dressing that is also eggless. It is not that she was against using eggs (we had several dozen chooks),  but she had a number of things influencing her cooking – her experience in the tough times of  World War II as she was growing up, living in an isolated part of South Australia, her Germanic influences from her parents and grandparents, and a preference for things to be easy in the Kitchen as she didn’t really enjoy cooking.

I am glad that these things all came together to produce both of these dressings, because I keep my Kitchen meat-free and egg-free. So these two recipes are heaven-sent, ready to use whenever mayonnaise style dressings are required. The other one that is handy is this lemony yoghurt dressing.

This creamy dressing always appeared on my Mother’s tomato salads, and it well suits both tomatoes and cucumbers. Who thinks of putting mayo or a creamy dressing on tomato salads these days? My mother always did. And they were delicious, our favourite.

But it is also versatile, useful for all sorts of salads. It can be flavoured, eg with mustard or garlic or capers or spring onions, and this is done so easily. Try it on a raw vegetable salad, crunchy shredded root vegetables, a green lettuce based salad, over salad bowls, and with roast vegetable salads.

Similar recipes include Tahini and Yoghurt Sauce and Dressing, Creamy Horseradish Dressing, Miso Sesame Dressing, Garlic Yoghurt Dressing, and Herby Mustard Dressing.

Browse all of our Dressings and all of our Salads. Or explore our Mid Summer dishes.

Creamy Eggless Salad Dressing

Creamy Salad Dressing | Eggless

Make a dressing with cream, salt, pepper, fresh lemon juice and/or a good wine vinegar. Pour it over a salad and chill till serving.

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