Zesty French Dressing – Low Carb Keto Homemade Salad Dressing | Saucy Sunday

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today is Saucy
Sunday! Iit’s where we focused primarily on low carbohydrate recipes for sauces
condiments and dressings. Most of the videos will be short and to the point.
Just something to help add a little flavor to your low carbohydrate diet. Let’s
get started. For this week’s Saucy Sunday episode we’ll be making a zesty
low carbohydrate French dressing. Instead of using tomatoes as a base, we’ll be using
a popular vegetable beverage drink. Add 2/3 of a cup of original V8 to a
saucepan; add some white vinegar; some salt; about 1/2 a teaspoon of ground
black pepper; onion powder; some garlic powder; about a tablespoon of my low carbohydrate
Worcestershire sauce. To help balance the acidity and add some sweetness, add a
liquid sugar substitute equal to a quarter of a cup of regular sugar.
Finally, we’ll add a tablespoon of yellow mustard. Turn the heat on medium and stir
until all the ingredients are well blended. Now add half a cup of the oil of
your choice. I prefer avocado oil here, but olive oil or grapeseed oil works
well. Give that a mix. Our final ingredient is xanthan gum. This will not
only act as a nice thickener, but will also help bond the oil and vinegar
together. Continue to stir as it heats and
thickens. Once it’s thickened, let cool pour in a
storage container and refrigerate until fully chilled. When chilled, pour over your
favorite salad or vegetables and enjoy a low carbohydrate homemade zesty French dressing
that’s better than any store-bought high carbohydrate brand. There you have it folks!
My zesty low carbohydrate French dressing. An awesome addition to an otherwise boring salad.
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have something new every week. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you
next time!

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Reader Comments

  1. Vickie Cook

    Another great and simple looking recipe. I made your banana muffins yesterday afternoon and fixing to have one this morning. They looked great and I'm positive they will taste great too.Thanks Papa G! Happy Sunday!

  2. barber0611

    thanks for this!….I have figured out most dressings, condiments, sauces (our LC bbq sauce recipes are almost identical)……but this one I had not figured out yet!….. sweet and tangy poppy seed (just mayo, lemon juice, vinegar, sucralose and poppy seeds) is my favorite but this one would be a close second <3

  3. The Low Carb Canuck

    Papa G this is a wonderful tasting salad dressing. I owe you a lot for keeping me on the right path. Thank you and have a wonderful Sunday.

  4. timshel Leo

    Trying it and liking it very much! Nice to know I won't be consuming those seed oils again. Btw can arrowroot be used when no xanthan is available?
    Thanks a bunch!

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