Here's one that looks good...
CREAMY BASIL DRESSING Recipe
I adore fresh basil. There are so many ways you can use it. A Caprese salad comes to mind. Get the best, ripest tomatoes you can find and some fresh mozzarella cheese. Slice tomatoes and cheese and layer alternately on a plate. Julienne the basil and sprinkle it over. Drizzle with some olive oil (the best you can find) and salt and pepper.
Here's a summer salad recipe that has fresh basil in it. It's my own invention and my family loves it.
Feeds 4 (more or less)
1 1/2 cups each:
Fresh or Frozen broccoli cuts
Fresh or Frozen green beans
Fresh or Frozen peas
2 medium ripe tomatoes
4 or 5 green onions, white and green parts
15 or so leaves fresh basil
1 package Good Seasons dressing mix
red wine vinegar
1 lb. angel hair or thin spaghetti
Fill large pot with 4 qts. water, add 1 TB. salt and bring to a boil. Break spaghetti
into thirds and add to water. Cook according to directions. Test before draining.
When done to your liking, drain immediately and rinse with cold water to cool it down to
Fill second sauce pot with an inch of water. Bring to a boil. Add frozen vegetables.
Bring back to boil and cook 5 minutes or so until a fork easily pierces one
of the larger broccoli cut. Remove from stove, drain and run cold water
over for 30 seconds or so to stop the cooking. Drain well and put in bowl.
Chop up tomatoes, green onions and basil and add to cooked vegetables. Pour half
a bottle of the prepared dressing over all and mix well.
Now add the cooked spaghetti and the rest of the dressing or to taste. You may need to add
a little plain vinegar if not tart enough.
Add some black pepper if you like and serve! It's best when it's just made.