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Learn how to make mandarin orange salad with chef Billy Parisi.
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Billy Parisi: Thanks for checking out fixmyrecipe.com, I am Chef Billy Parisi. And our next recipe goes to Jennifer of Tucson, Arizona. She submitted a recipe to us for a mandarin orange salad. She hates the dressing it goes with and just wanted to know if we can add a few more ingredients for her salad. Jennifer, here is an awesome recipe for a really quick creamy dressing and that’s going to go amazing with this mandarin orange salad, follow close.
So what you want to do is some milk, sour cream, some Mayo, and garlic, you got to have garlic here of course. You got to have a little sugar for some sweetness, this is kind of to taste along with the snack ingredient, white pepper, we’re going to use white because we want that sauce to remain that nice white creamy, consistency, and also for some natural salt, little bit of cherry sauce. And now, we’re going to simply just whisk it together. And for a little kick to go with the sweetness of those mandarin oranges, we’re going add a little Tabasco sauce.
Jenny, not only did you ask for a new dressing, you also asked for a couple of more ingredients to the salad. Follow close; I got some really cool things to show you. First, we’re going to use Bibb lettuce instead of that old romaine and iceberg combination you had, alright. And of course, some domestic mushrooms. And we’re going to use some sweet onions, it’s going to add a lot of flavor in there, and plus you don’t need to cook, and they’re just so great raw, and of course your mandarin oranges. And really now all we want to do is sort of just add our dressing and incorporate everything.
Alright, not too much, let’s get in there and mix this thing up here. All the ingredients have came together, just so awesome, this is going to go great on a nice hot day, may be in the summer, may be with glass of white wine. Anyways, try out that dressing, it’s nice and light. I know it has Mayo and sour cream in there, but it actually is a very light dressing, it goes perfectly with our mandarin orange salad. Jenny, thank you very much for writing in. We really appreciate it. And remember, try some other ingredients in your salad, may be some endives, may be horseradish, may be, you know, a little bit of fennel. The point is, make the salad to your liking. Be sure to stop back tomorrow and see our new feature fix of the day.