Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are often confused because both begin with a base of mayonnaise and ketchup or ketchup-style chili sauce, which results in a pink salad dressing. But where Thousand Island is a bit sweet and studded with pickle relish, Russian dressing is on the spicier side, with a hint of heat from horseradish and hot sauce. For more information about salad dressings and tips on making them from scratch, see our Homemade Salad Dressing Primer.

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Homemade Russian Sauce - So many condiments recipes call for ketchup as an ingredient - not this one! Use it as a spread or a dressing - adapted from Zingerman's Deli NYC - Food Network

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This Homemade Russian Dressing is the best I have ever had. So much better making this dressing from scratch than anything that you can buy in a store. Great on salads and sandwiches.

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Russian Dressing-This is the best ever!!!!! We love this with pastrami, swiss cheese & coleslaw sandwiches!!!!

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