Nothing comes close to dressing up a Reuben sandwich, or a great burger quite like a good Russian dressing.
Often confused with it’s sweeter cousin “Thousand Island” dressing, Russian dressing has a spicier and more savory flavor profile thanks to the horseradish and pepper sauce.
There doesn’t seem to be any consensus as to where Russian dressing originally got it’s name, and it’s popularity has been declining over the years due to the easier to prepare Thousand Island being offered in it’s place by many restaurants.
I can promise you that once you have prepared your own fresh batch of Camping Recipes version of this classic sauce, whether to top a sandwich, or as a wonderful dip for french fries you will probably never settle for a poor substitute again.
- Mix all of the ingredient until well blended, being careful not to over-whip the mayonnaise
- For better results, let the dressing rest in the refrigerator for at least an hour to allow the flavors to blend.
- Any remaining dressing can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks