‘Stop buying salad dressing NOW’: Chef shares his four-ingredient recipe that is simple enough for anyone to make at home
- English chef Robbie Bell has shared his remarkably simple salad dressing recipe
- The owner of Melbourne charcuterie brand City Larder uses four ingredients
- They are olive oil, mustard, honey and a dash of red wine vinegar
- Robbie seasons the mixture with salt and pepper before beating it to a dressing
A chef has urged foodies to stop wasting money on expensive salad dressings by following his remarkably simple recipe instead.
He seasons the mixture with salt and pepper before whisking it into a dressing that is perfect for salads or slathering on top of a steak sandwich.
‘That’s a classic honey mustard dressing made,’ Robbie said.
Chef Robbie Bell makes this simple homemade salad dressing from four basic ingredients: olive oil, mustard, honey and a dash of red wine vinegar
A video of the recipe, which has racked up 312,400 views since it was uploaded to TikTok on June 22, drew delighted responses.
‘I forgot about this one, I’ll make it tomorrow!’ one woman replied.
‘My family tradition since I was a baby, best thing ever,’ added another.
Earlier this month, Robbie thrilled fans by sharing his simple recipe for a tuna salad which can be kept in the fridge for up to four days without wilting.
The clip quickly went viral, amassing more than 474,000 views and 14,000 likes with hundreds leaving comments thanking him for sharing his secret.
English-born chef Robbie Bell (pictured) is the owner of much-loved Melbourne charcuterie brand, City Larder
Robbie previously delighted fans by sharing his simple recipe for tuna salad (pictured)
‘How has this got so little likes? Incredible chef,’ one man wrote.
‘Thank you for this, I’m already salivating,’ said a woman.
‘Not traditional, but I am definitely with it,’ added another.
Robbie makes the salad by mixing tuna, yellow capsicum, red capsicum, cucumber, peas and cabbage in a bowl.
He makes the dish with tuna, yellow capsicum, red capsicum, cucumber, peas and cabbage
He seasons with salt, pepper and mayonnaise before mixing it again and topping the dish with grated carrot.
‘And that’s a tuna salad done,’ he said.
Some asked if spices could be added to the mix.
‘You can add whatever you like,’ the chef responded.