This Apple Pecan Dressing from a local farmer’s market is a fun way to add fall flavor to your salads or marinades.
I know it’s still technically summer, but when September 1st rolls around, to me…that means Fall! Or at least, it’s the pre-game to Fall 🍁✨
So don’t mind me sliding this fun Fall find into your email inbox.
This acidic, yet sweet and delightfully fruity dressing is made from a base of apple juice and applesauce. It’s a basic, Autumn-obsessed girl’s dream (hi, that’s me 🙋🏼♀️).
About Apple Pecan Dressing
Apple cider vinegar, applesauce, apple juice, cinnamon, and nutty pecan pieces are blended together to create this Apple Pecan Dressing. Unique, sweet, and savory, this dressing will give your salads a cozy vibe or warm up your week-night chicken.
What Does It Taste Like?
Apple Pecan Dressing is slightly sweet and fruity, with a gentle, warming kiss of cinnamon. Tiny bits of pecan scatter the sauce, making surprise pops of nuttiness.
Where Can I Buy It?
You can find Apple Peacan Dressing in select New Jersey markets. I found this fall-tastic salad dressing at my local farmer’s market, Samaha’s.
Samaha’s Apple Pecan Dressing costs $6.00.
If unopened, keep in a cool, dark place for up to 6 months. Once opened, store in the fridge for up to 3 months.
How to Use Apple Pecan Dressing
Easily use it as a salad dressing and marinade. Or drizzle it over chicken, turkey, pork…toss it into a stir-fry. Use it anywhere you’d like to add fruity fall flavor to your cooking.
Apple Pecan Dressing Alternatives
You can substitute this dressing with a maple vinaigrette or other fall-flavored dressings. Or easily make your own by experimenting with different ratios of apple juice, apple cider vinegar, olive oil, cinnamon, and pecan pieces.
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Have you tried Apple Pecan Dressing? Let me know in the comments below!