Wow, this Caesar dressing is perfect
This Caesar dressing needs an analogy.
You know how Olympic gymnasts start with a score based on the difficulty of their routine? The tougher the task, the higher the starting score?
And assuming they execute, they’ll score higher than the field?
This Caesar is the Simone Biles of salad dressings.
A Caesar dressing that’s dairy-free and vegan, but tastes (performs) better than the rest.
That’s this perfect Caesar dressing. The greatest in the world.
And all it took was for someone to ask for it.
Can you make a vegan Caesar without avocado?
It was a simple request.
Can you figure out a vegan Caesar dressing? Something without avocado?
Yes. Challenge accepted.
Like any artist, we found inspiration and added our signature touch.
- Whole lemon (instead of just juice).
- Less ingredients.
- Perfect batch size for a Vitamix.
This, my friends, is an instant classic.
A vegan Vitamix recipe that’s easy, healthy and quick.
Better than the real thing
Often vegan versions of recipes are nothing compared to “the real thing.” They’re only better than nothing.
This Caesar dressing is not one of those. It’s better than the real thing.
Perfect texture, consistency, and taste.
I can’t say enough about it. So, so good.
Go make this perfect (vegan) Caesar dressing today.
Perfect Caesar dressing that nobody would ever know is vegan.Apple Cider Vinegar, Cashews, Dijon Mustard, Garlic, Lemon, Soy Sauce,
- cashews - 1 cup, raw, soaked
- water - 1/2 cup
- grape seed oil - 4 T
- lemon - 1/4 of a whole, peeled
- dijon mustard - 1 T
- garlic cloves - 2, peeled
- soy sauce - 1 t
- apple cider vinegar - 1 t
- capers - 2 t
- salt & pepper - 1/2 t, each, (more or less to taste)
We used our Vitamix Pro 750, but any blender or food processor should work fine.
Soak raw cashews in water overnight.
- Add ingredients.
- Process on high speed for 30 seconds.
- Add to fresh romain lettuce.
Useful tips for Perfect (vegan) Caesar dressing
We found these dairy-free, gluten-free croutons. Surprisingly good, especially when dipped in the dressing.
The dressing should look like this up close.