Mango Poppy Seed Dressing

Hey, Bloggos! I just wanted to pop in quickly on this cold Friday afternoon to tell you about a really tasty salad dressing I found at Publix the other day. We have been in a rut with our salad dressings, stuck on O’Charley’s honey mustard and homemade ranch. I shopped the aisle at my Publix for some new ideas, and their house brand Mango Poppy Seed dressing caught my eye.
Listen, you don’t even have to roll your eyes at that picture quality. I have done it for you already. It was just so much easier at the moment to grab my iPhone than to find my good camera and switch the lenses and download the pictures and edit the photos. Don’t let my poor choice of photographic images convince you that this dressing isn’t worth your time. It so is.
It is tangy. It is light. It is sweet. It’s not creamy or savory in any way. It pairs well with chicken. In fact, the other night I grilled some chicken tenderloin strips and used this as a marinade. Delish!
Now I know that a 17 degree winter day isn’t the best time to try a cold, crisp salad. All I can say is that I ate this beauty for lunch today while sitting in front of a roaring fire enjoyed it to pieces. I used:
Romaine Lettuce
Red Bell Peppers
Grilled Chicken
Publix’s Mango Poppy Seed Dressing
(If I’d had them, I’d have used sliced fresh mushrooms as well. And possibly sunflower seeds.)


Do yourself a favor and get a bottle.
(Publix is not paying me for talking about their little salad dressing. Publix has never even heard of the Hill Hang-Out.)


  1. I just wish we had a Publix. Every time we come over to visit the Van Doren's we always stop in at Publix before heading home. Next time we are over that way – we will have to buy a bottle to try!

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