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Sofi Gold Medal Winner for Outstanding Salad Dressing!
Intense balsamic flavor softened with rich fig
The mellow tang of rich balsamic vinegar blends wonderfully with sweet, mysterious and delicious ripe figs for a perfectly robust dressing. Experiment and use it as a marinade for a fabulous meal; add to a baby spinach salad garnished with poached pears, dried cranberries, blue cheese and toasted pecans, and be a really good host . This Balsamic Fig Dressing won the gold medal at the SOFI Awards of the NASFT in 2008.
Balsamic Vinegar (sulfur dioxide), Sugar, Water, Canola Oil, Fig Paste with Fig Concentrate, Orange Juice Concentrate, Salt, Dried Onion, Black Pepper, Vanilla Extract, Xanthan Gum.
I received this as part of a gift box. I haven't even gotten to the rest of the gift yet and I've almost finished this amazing dressing! I don't think I've skipped serving salad with dinner a single night (but I don't share my Balsamic Fig Dressing!) Imagine what treats the rest of that box must hold! This is seriously the most delicious dressing I have ever eaten!
Corky, Big Sky, MT
This is my favorite salad dressing! I love it over a salad with chicken, apples and goat cheese. I'm going to try it next as a glaze for pork. I will continue to purchase this whenever I run out again!!!
Happened upon this delicious dressing quite by chance. Took it home and made the recipe on the side of the bottle: marinated chicken breast salad. Quick, tasty, and easy. An instant hit with our guests.
Scooter, El Cerrito, CA
Not only great on salad. But used it with fig jam and some spices for a fantastice glaze for pork tenerloin. Defintely high on my list
A salad of mixed baby greens, dried cranberries, left over chicken, beef or or swordfish, diced zucchini and shredded carrotts topped off with Balsamic Fig Dressing along with a piece of crusty bread makes for an awesome lunch ~ one of my favorites