How to Make Bleu cheese dressing

How to Make Bleu cheese dressing - 1 55
  • 100g Bleu cheese, crumbled
  • 200g Mayonnaise
  • 60g Sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons buttermilk
  • 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • Salt and black pepper to taste
Per serving
Calories: 320 kcal
Proteins: 5 g
Fats: 33 g
Carbohydrates: 2 g
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  • In a mixing bowl, add the crumbled Bleu cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream, buttermilk, white wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, minced garlic, salt, and black pepper.
  • Use a whisk or a fork to blend all the ingredients together. Mix until the dressing is smooth and well combined.
  • Taste the dressing and adjust the seasoning if needed. Add more salt, pepper, or vinegar according to your preference.
  • Once the dressing reaches the desired consistency and taste, transfer it to a clean, airtight container.
  • Refrigerate the Bleu cheese dressing for at least 30 minutes before serving. Chilling the dressing allows the flavors to meld and enhances its taste.

Bleu cheese dressing is a versatile condiment that pairs wonderfully with various dishes. It is commonly served with salads, particularly the classic wedge salad, or as a dipping sauce for fresh vegetables like celery and carrots. You can also use it as a tangy topping for grilled meats like steak or chicken, and it works well as a flavorful drizzle over baked potatoes or as a dip for buffalo wings.

Bleu cheese dressing is a rich and creamy emulsified sauce with a delightful tangy and savory flavor profile. The distinct taste of Bleu cheese adds a unique and pungent character to the dressing, making it a beloved choice for salads and other dishes. Its creamy texture and bold taste make it an excellent complement to a wide range of foods.

Facts about Bleu Cheese Dressing:

  1. The name “bleu cheese” comes from the blue or green veins that run through the cheese, created by the mold Penicillium roqueforti.
  2. The origins of Bleu cheese can be traced back to ancient times, with evidence of its production dating back to early civilizations in Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
  3. Bleu cheese dressing became particularly popular in the United States during the early 20th century and has since become a staple condiment in many households and restaurants.
  4. The crumbled Bleu cheese used in the dressing can be made from various types of milk, such as cow, sheep, or goat milk, each contributing slightly different flavors and textures.
  5. The dressing’s creamy and emulsified nature is achieved by combining ingredients that wouldn’t naturally mix, like oil and vinegar, with the help of an emulsifying agent like mayonnaise or sour cream. This results in a stable and smooth consistency.
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