Bring back Green Goddess dressing. Hey make old new again. Many of us used to eat this as kids and we miss it. Now there is a whole bunch of folks never had it and will like it.
to make ordinary salads extraordinary follow these simple steps. if you like croutons you will love these. i use stale baguette bread (but you can use any kind of stale bread you like), cube to desired size, drizzle lightly with olive oil (use any kind you want...i usually go for the cheapest i can find for this...place in a glad storage bag (i use gallon size because i make a lot at a time) and add 1/4 to a full package of dry hidden valley ranch dressing mix (i tried a different kind and was sorely disappointed) and shake well to coat. place on baking sheet trying not to let them touch or be too crowded. bake in oven at 250 degrees until toasted to your taste. if the croutons are crowded and/or even slightly mounded, you will not get the desired effect. most will be soggy and unusable. good luck...it really is easy...and enjoy!
I just mix a pint of Greek yogurt with Hidden Valley ranch dressing dry mix. Yum!
If this dressing is a little sweet, a little salty, more creamy, dont forget to put a little vinegar into the dressing. It would be perfect to make a chinese salad. I would be the first to buy it.
For me I would prefer more unusual exotic flavors. Unexplored ones. Korean flavors with some heat. Armenian flavors which are yogurt based with cumin and mint. Indian curries and spices. There is lots of Hispanic stuff out there today because of our population. I want to see far off stuff on the shelf .
Being Armenian I enjoy these unique flavors. Jajuk -yogurt,garlic,and mint. This is served ice cold with lamb and or just plain pita is fine too as an appetizer. In the summer it is so refreshing.