BLUE CHEESE DRESSING RECIPE
As simple as it gets, you only have to mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. Also, use any blue cheese you like, the better quality of the cheese the tastier the dressing.
- 1/3 cup MAYONNAISE
- 1⁄3 cup SOUR CREAM
- The juice of 1 LEMON
- 1⁄8 teaspoon BLACK PEPPER
- 1 pinch SALT
- 1⁄2 cup BLUE CHEESE, crumbled
- Step 1 Whisk all the ingredients together in a bowl.
- You can use red wine vinegar and Roquefort cheese for a more robust dressing
So, let’s be honest, what would make a person like a cheese that smell like feet?? I have no idea, but I know is delicious. I love blue cheese in all its forms, Gorgonzola, Roquefort, Stilton, Danablu and Cambazola just to name a few. If you haven’t enjoyed this type of cheese melted on a burger or steak with some portobella mushrooms and bourbon braised sweet onions, you haven’t enjoyed life yet my friend.
Getting back to the dressing, if you enjoy blue cheese you might want to try to make a dressing that is perfect for salads and wings. I have a recipe here that I use every time I make Steak Wedge Salad or buffalo chicken wings. The dressing is very simple, you just have to mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and that is it. Of course, what makes the dressing amazing would be the type of cheese that you use.
If you want a chunky type of dressing use a firm type of blue cheese like moody blue, this cheese will crumble enough to make the dressing chunky. If you want a dressing that is creamier, you can use Danish Blue cheese crumbles, I find this type of cheese to almost melt when mixed with cream or mayonnaise. If you’re looking for something more robust in flavor, you can use Roquefort, I only use this cheese to make a dressing that I serve with a primer rib sandwich or beef sliders, trust me it’s very potent.
The recipe that I have here it’s made with Danish blue cheese, so expect a creamy result. Go ahead and try this recipe and LET’S GET COOKING!!!