It’s Hot Bacon Dressing, and it’s inspired by the German classic — but is a more healthful version of the recipe.
The recipe calls for few ingredients, and I left a few of them out (including the stevia and xanathan gum — and coconut vinegar).
My version of this Hot Bacon Dressing looks almost nothing like the picture Vanessa shared.
I SWEAR, in the picture, it looks like there is cauliflower in this recipe!
I was shocked to read the recipe and learn that all that is involved is bacon and onion.
I used red onion (vs. the white Vanessa used in hers), and used just a handful of additional ingredients, including bacon baked in the oven, red onion, safflower oil, olive oil and white balsamic vinegar.
It was REALLY good — even though I was extremely hesitant because I didn’t think simply bacon and onions with a sauce would taste very good. However, I was pleasantly surprised!
I had a tiny bowl of this with my Shredded Chicken Avocado Spring Rolls for dinner this week.
All that is required is heating it up a bit before serving.
This recipe isn’t, however, very pretty or photogenic! When writing this post I discovered I didn’t even take a picture of my version — that’s how non-photogenic this recipe looks. Enjoy Vanessa’s recipe! It is much more gorgeous looking!