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Recipe for Dinner.

More-than-a-thousand Island Dressing.


250 ml/8 oz/1 cup Mayonnaise ( 305)

1 garlic clove, crushed.

5 ml/1 tsp Dijon mustard.

1 small red (bell) pepper, finely chopped 15 ml/1 tbsp tomato relish.

1 hard-boiled (hard-cooked) egg, finely chopped.

5 ml/1 tsp Worcestershire sauce Salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Mix together all the ingredients and chill until ready to serve.

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