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suz s sweet poppy seed dressing recipe


gotten off of greenjelloland.blogspot.com. it's not exactly brianna's, and comes out thinner, but it still tastes pretty good. i think i will try using half coconut oil to thicken it up a bit next time.


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  1. Put everything in your blender
  2. Except the poppy seeds and the canola oil
  3. And process until the onion has been pureed
  4. On the lowest speed of the blender
  5. Pour in the canola oil and the poppy seeds
  6. Refrigerate and enjoy !

Step 3

Total Time in Minute 5

Ingredients Count 10

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Granulated sugar

Sweet white onion

White vinegar

Apple cider vinegar

Lemon juice


Ground mustard

Poppy seed

Canola oil

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