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This recipe for POPPY SEED DRESSING, by Pat Simmons, is from The Standley Family Cookbook,
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1 1/3 c. honey 2 tsp. dry mustard 2 tsp. salt 2/3 c. distilled white vinegar 3 Tbsp. onion juice 2 c. canola oil or mixed with olive oil 3 Tbsp. poppy seeds dash lemon juice
Mix all ingredients in blender. Refrigerate. Keeps a long time. Note: If you don't have onion juice, you can put onion pieces in a blender with a little water, then blend; only use 2 Tbsp. if made this way)
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