A burger is only as good as the condiments you pile on. This 0SP Thousand Island Dressing adds creamy decadence to my 1SP turkey burgers, and it’s also great on its own as a fry sauce. Check out the recipe for Patty Melts here.
While my Patty Melts (pictured below) have been a huge hit in my house, I’ve also used this thousand island dressing on my Hot Pastrami Pizza, which takes the dressing and three-ingredient dough to new heights using Boar’s Head Turkey Pastrami.
This incredibly versatile condiment shows up in my meal prep week after week because the tang it adds to burgers takes it up a notch every time.
DwardCooks Zero Point Thousand Island Dressing
- 2 cups Fat Free Greek Yogurt Fage Brand
- 1/4 cup Hellman’s Mayonnaise Light
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
- 1/4 cup Skim Milk or Unsweetened Cashew Milk
- 1/4 cup Ketchup
- 6 tbsp Sweet Relish No sugar added
- 1 tbsp Cholula Hot Sauce
- 2 tsp Kosher Salt
- Mix this all together, and let it sit in the fridge (covered) for at least an hour, but preferably overnight.
I like to serve patty melts and other burgers with Ore Ida fries cooked in the Ninja Foodi Grill for an extra touch of decadence. It feels like visiting a diner!
How to use the dressing
Recently, after a long day at work, my wife craved a certain burger from the golden arches. I browned some lean ground beef with onions and topped some salad greens with this dressing, some diced pickles, and some tomatoes, and the satisfyingly salty salad hit the spot.
Similarly, I concocted a version of “cheeseburger bombs” that combined the flavors of a burger and pickles on the inside. The dressing makes a fabulous dip for these and for fries.