La Feria Sauce by Linebb956

  • chuckieb 5 years ago
    Notyourmomma makes this sauce alllllll the time and I finally got around to making up a batch. SO GOOOODDDD! Oh my goodness.
    La Feria American Legion Secret Sauce
    I used mine as a salad dressing over lettuce, halved cherry tomatoes and pumpernickel croutons (as suggested by Tina) but if you don't thin it with extra olive juice, then you can use it as a spread on hamburgers or as a dip for fries, etc. It's really amazing and so easy to whip up.
    Thanks Tina for pointing this one out!
  • mommyluvs2cook 5 years ago said:
    Wow, so few ingredients..2!!! What are in your olives? Garlic?
  • chuckieb 5 years ago said:
    Yes ML2C, garlic. Although the ones stuffed with the pimentos do add a little dash of colour! :)
  • sparow64 5 years ago said:
    I have been meaning to try this for 5 years...since I first joined. LOL I want some. Now. lol Thanks Janet and Tina!!! Gotta get my rear in gear and make some.
  • frankieanne 5 years ago said:
    I've never heard of this! Looks pretty simple. I'm not an olive fan but I am sure curious as to how this tastes.
  • NPMarie 4 years ago said:
    I finally got around to making this and I LOVE it! It is different, but delicious! I'll be serving over salad tonight.
    Janet, I'll try the garlic stuffed olives next time, that would be excellent:)
    Added my pic:)

  • mommyluvs2cook 4 years ago said:
    I need to get around to making this. I eat sandwiches (and panini's, hehe) for lunch all the time and I love new spreads. This probably last forever in the fridge too!
  • notyourmomma 4 years ago said:
    Yeah! New converts to the La Feria secret sauce. We love it here. I always have it for salads. It is great on a roast beef sandwich especially on pumpernickel bread. I sometimes sneak a bit of parmesan cheese in the dressing to thicken it for a richer dressing. I love this stuff.....glad to see it is making the rounds again.

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