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"An outstanding salad, all the flavors blend together perfectly. I doubled the blue cheese and walnuts so there would be enough for every bite, and cut back the sugar to just a half tablespoon for our tastes. We loved the warm thickened dressing with it, and ended up using all of it. A repeat for us, and definitely company worthy."
"Followed the advice of the other reviewer and sprinkled a little salt on these, and they were great. I also added to one a little squeeze of lemon, fresh dill and an heirloom tomato, and it was even better that way! Very yummy."
"A new favorite. I used fresh dill and loved it and the pickles in this. I wasn't sure if baby pickles were cornichon size or more like a couple of big thumbs, so I guessed somewhere in the middle, closer to a big cornichon size, and it was plenty for a pickle lover. Baked potato chips were great dippers for this."
"The capers really make this special, and the mayo has a nice kick to it. I halved the mayo ingredients, with the exception of the capers. We sliced caper berries, about four times what the recipe called for, but I wouldn't use less - it's the best part and makes the burgers unique!"
"Delicious! I like how the balsamic speeds up the caramelization process and gives the shallots a super flavor. I can see how this made into someone's best of the year cookbook."
"Took your and another reviewer's suggestion to have this over rice rather than salad (although that sounds good too) and it was really yummy that way. The lime gave the rice a really good flavor. Because I had the chicken over rice, I only used a tiny bit of oil for the dressing and omitted the honey (personal preference). I also loaded up on..."
"Really good. The reviews had me a little scared about the quantity of dressing so I used 3/4 of both packet amounts, which was definitely enough for the Italian salad dressing mix, but I do think the full amount would have been fine for the ranch. I was glad that I cut the oil way back though for our tastes - instead of six tablespoons for a half ..."
"Sensational! Reminds me of my DH's Recipe #247999, except on pizza. We only used 1 tablespoon of the oil for our tastes, and subbed some fresh oregano into the mix. We also couldn't imagine this without fresh garlic, so sauteed a few cloves and added them too, as well as saved the parmesan for topping at the end with the parsley, so it w..."