Sabrina, I just made your dressing & it’s so thin like water..but then I noticed the recipe said *instant* pectin, I accidently bought you think it may still thicken with a little time. Your email address will not be published. Pepperoncini Peppers (I use sliced so it’s easier to share and eat). You can use pasteurized eggs. Their dressing is so good. document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "aa4381cb948636c83822eac39222c6a5" );document.getElementById("b9a1a3af60").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I’m saving this and will probably make it weekly!! Can you resend this message to contact @ ? hahahaha That did not work at all. I had some xanthan gum so I used that. Do not allow the sugar mixture to brown, turn it off as soon as the sugar is melted. I can’t wait to try this. Oh no! 1/4 cup white or red wine vinegar (more or less, to taste) 1/3 cup water 1/3 cup vegetable oil or olive oil 1/4 cup light corn syrup 2 1/2 tablespoons grated romano cheese 2 tablespoons dry pectin (used to thicken jelly) 2. And if you love the OG – then you HAVE to love their house salad and Italian dressing! Can you come up with a close copy? It was even better than the original somehow!! An Olive Garden Ad on Facebook has me desperately searching for copycat recipes to re-create a soup salad and breadsticks lunch for us at home (we currently live in Argentina and its been well over a year since we’ve been back to visit – needless to say we are missing very specific food items from home haha). The full garden salad ingredients list is below – but it’s got lettuce, roma tomatoes, red onion, pepperoncincis, black olives, croutons and freshly grated Parmesan Cheese! And with the dressing – I actually bought the. You are welcome to leave out the pectin if the consistency of the dressing is not important to you. I’d love to help. Here are some other Olive Garden favorites:  Springtime Healthy Meals! I always like romaine a little more – but you need the bulk of the iceberg! If you’re using extra large eggs, increase the time to 4 minutes. Required fields are marked *. That Olive Garden House Salad is unmistakable! I’ve bought it before and I love it but not too thrilled about some of the bad ingredients. Dinner, then Dessert, Inc. owns the copyright on all images and text and does not allow for its original recipes and pictures to be reproduced anywhere other than at this site unless authorization is given. Olive Garden Italian Salad Dressing has a cult following and for good reason. In the case of this one we use pectin and corn syrup where I normally wouldn’t use either. All images and text © for Dinner, then Dessert. I always remember that the Olive Garden House Salad would have like two olives! I found the mixing the lettuce together first – then adding in the tomatoes, onions, olives and pepperoncincis – because they can handle the toss – but then just topping with the croutons and Parmesan. This really should be called the BEST house salad recipe! Well done !! Olive Garden salad is an easy mix of ingredients: Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking. Read my disclosure policy. First recipe I have that looks authentic and dressing is spot on. Here’s the link, It’s Kathleen Maloney I just wanted to let you know that I’m not able to register an account with saving recepies on the Olive Garden’s salad dressings if you could try to help me if you can that would be great please let me know thanks. This is by far my favorite salad dressing. This post may contain affiliate links. I love to cook! I’ve not tried it before though. I just prefer fresh. I know this sounds crazy but I usually go to the Olive Garden for the salad and breadsticks. – Olive Garden Fettuccini Alfredo I’ve fixed it! They are very light and spongy but the cake is not super moist or wet looking. hahahaha. I mean – there’s just nothing more you could want – it’s such a classic. Thank you! My name is Heather Johnson and I’m the hussy behind Food Hussy! I will substitute the corn syrup with truvia sweetener. I am a trained Private Chef of almost 10 years. I really wanna make it but does anyone know where to find instant pectin in Toronto ? The dressing was so popular that the chain sells the dressing … I just love getting their soup, salad, & bread sticks! I’m a food & travel blogger and have been blogging since 2008. I love the bite of the pepperoncincis – they’re sneaky! 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I haven’t tested that method. I shared a pic on Instagram of just a couple ingredients and people KNEW what I was making! So above you’ll see my dream salad – I might have added a few extra olives! Process all the ingredients in a food processor until the chili flakes are tiny specks. There’s so much good stuff in this recipe – I really like the Olive Garden salad for a crowd – because it makes a lot of salad!