If you love the Olive Garden salad they serve you’ll love this Costco Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing to make your own salad at home!
Today I’m reviewing the Costco Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing. If you’ve ever been to the Olive Garden restaurant and loved the endless salad and breadsticks this dressing from Costco is pretty close to what they serve on the salad!
Some other Costco salad dressings I recently reviewed are the Costco Culinary Treasures Avocado Goddess salad dressing, the Costco Kewpie Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing & Marinade as well as the super popular Costco dill pickle salad kit that comes with a delicious creamy dill ranch salad dressing.
This can be found in the section near the front of the store (not refrigerated) that has jams, other dressings, sauces and marinades. The item number is 1025898.
This tastes almost like the salad dressing served in Olive Garden restaurants, not completely the same but very similar.
So what does Olive Garden Italian Dressing taste like? It’s very zesty and salty! Has strong Italian flavors and has a very noticeable vinegar flavor. You can easily taste the garlic and cheese. It’s a very flavorful, almost overpowering dressing so a little bit on a salad goes a long way!
I paid $9.99 Canadian for the two 709 mL bottles of salad dressing which is quite reasonable as each bottle is very large!
The dressing needs to be refrigerated after opening and the best before date listed on our salad dressing is just a little over six months from the date we purchased it.
You can use this for pasta salad, a green salad, drizzled on roasted vegetables or even as a marinade for chicken or pork!
Two tablespoons of Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing is 80 calories, eight grams of fat, two grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, two grams of sugar, less than a gram of protein and 540 mg of sodium.
I’ve seen salad dressings that contain way more calories and fat per one tablespoon than this dressing for two tablespoons. Still it’s not the healthiest salad dressing around but a little does provide an abundance of flavor.
Give it a try!
If you love the Olive Garden salad dressing in the restaurants this tastes almost identical and I would recommend it to make your own Olive Garden Salad copycat recipe at home!
Have you tried this? What did you think? Share in the comments below!
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