Many people are unable to find true Roquefort* dressing. This recipe is as close to it as possible. Mix well if you like a smoother dressing. Some may want more bleu than I have suggested.
True Roquefort cheese comes from the village of Roquefort, in southwestern France. A creamy, pungent, strong-flavored sheep's milk cheese, it is aged in Roquefort's limestone caves. The name 'Roquefort' is protected by law, which prevents cheese makers in other places from calling their blue cheese 'Roquefort' cheese (much like sparkling wine from, say, California cannot be called 'Champagne'). If you cannot find authentic Roquefort cheese, other blue cheeses will also work well in this dressing, including Gorgonzola, Stilton, and Danablu.
I am not the biggest fan of cream cheese, but I decided to try this anyway. Overall I thought it was really good. I'm a dressing-maker novice and it was simple to create... I'm sure I'll make this again. - 29 Apr 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
My hubby loves this stuff! Sometimes I will add a bit of sour cream to it. Great as is! - 19 May 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Great! Will half it next time, though -- a little too much for one dinner of chicken wings. - 08 Jun 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)