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 +Russian dressing ​ (from Epicurious)
 +Yield: Makes about 1¼ cups
 +  * 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
 +  * 1 cup purchased or homemade mayonnaise
 +  * ¼ cup ketchup-style chili sauce or ketchup
 +  * 4 teaspoons bottled (regular; not packed in beet juice) horseradish,​ or to taste
 +  * 1 teaspoon hot sauce, preferably Frank'​s Red Hot Sauce
 +  * 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
 +  * ¼ teaspoon sweet paprika
 +  * Fine sea salt
 +  - In a mortar and pestle, mash the onion to create a paste, or use a large heavy knife to mince and mash the onion into a paste. ​
 +  - Transfer the onion paste to a small bowl and whisk in the mayonnaise, chili sauce, horseradish,​ hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and sweet paprika. ​
 +  - Season with fine sea salt, if desired. DO AHEAD: The dressing can be prepared ahead and refrigerated,​ in an airtight container, up to 2 weeks.
 +Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are often confused because both begin with a base of mayonnaise and ketchup or ketchup-style chili sauce, which results in a pink salad dressing. But where Thousand Island is a bit sweet and studded with pickle relish, Russian dressing is on the spicier side, with a hint of heat from horseradish and hot sauce. ​
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