Mustard Marmalade Dressing

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I’ve been busy with my book (The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook) lately and pumping out quick dinners.  Still, I make my own salad dressings every night and this Mustard Marmalade Dressing is no exception.

I’m just back (less than an hour ago) from the ADA conference in Denver where I met many wonderful people and had a great time.  The conference was at the Denver convention center and it was massive –there were probably 5,000 people there, maybe more and thankfully, there was a lot of interest in my gluten free cookbook.

Celiac disease and the gluten free lifestyle have been garnering more attention of late, which is good for all of us gluten freers.  We don’t have to feel like freaks in public anymore now that gluten free is more well known.

Still, as I enjoy some of the gluten free yahoo groups I often hear the saddest stories about people with celiac/gluten intolerance who dine out with friends and are given a hard time not only by waitstaff, but by so called friends as well.  As if eating differently wasn’t enough trouble already without being harassed about it!  I’m just sayin’.

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  1. Combine vinegar, orange fruit spread, mustard and agave in a vitamix and blend on high for 20 seconds
  2. With motor on low speed, drizzle in olive oil
  3. This will (hopefully) create an emulsion, you can see in photo of dressing above that it is thick
  4. Toss over salad greens
  5. Serve

I hope you all enjoy this tasty gluten free salad dressing!  I’m off to spend some time with my boys who I don’t want to feel neglected.  They are far more important than any book could ever be.

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14 responses to “Mustard Marmalade Dressing”

  1. This dressing is fabulous as a chicken marinade as well. And, for anyone that has more homemade orange marmalade than they know what do with, it is excellent in this dressing!

  2. I had a good friend that taught me how to order my food when I first gave up gluten and sugar. It was so wonderful to see her be so insistent in making sure that the food was created just as she specified. She helped me find the courage to do the same thing.

    My husband and I were at a restaurant over the weekend and the server was great – my food came out wrong and I sent it back. They made it again and it was wonderful. I try not to focus on what’s wrong when I dine out and more often than not everything is great. Sometimes if we’re traveling we check out 2 or 3 menus before we find a place that I want to eat – thank goodness my husband is so supportive.

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