Tahini Salad DressingThis salad dressing is made with oil, vinegar, and tahini, and is a huge staple in our household. Easy to make and lasts a long time.
Sweet Onion Poppyseed DressingI bought poppy seeds for baking, and as I was looking for recipes came across this one, which is quite tasty.
Making Infused OilsAfter enjoying an expensive set of infused (flavored) oils I received for a gift, I decided to try my hand at recreating them myself. It's easy! Here is how using the warm infusion method.
Healthy Pear VinaigretteYou would never guess there is no oil or added sweetener to this delicious vinaigrette. The pureed ripe pear gives off a creamy consistency and a sweet dimension. It's so well rounded, you only need a few ingredients. If you prefer your dressing thinner, just add water and mix well.
Homemade VinaigretteThis is tasty, quick and easy. A great salad dressing or marinade. Bon appetite!
Ginger Lime VinaigretteI got this great recipe from one of the vendors at my local farmer's market as part of a kale salad recipe. I've made it to go with several different green salads and it's always a winner - so tangy and fresh!
Sweet Oil and Vinegar Salad DressingThis is a great, quick dressing!
Fresh Herb VinaigretteThere is just something so pleasing about a salad dressing that uses fresh herbs! I've also tried using dried herbs in a pinch with this recipe and it's 'okay'.
Hawaiian DressingLove this sweet and tangy dressing on any tossed salad.
Balsamic Vinegar and Roasted Garlic VinaigretteUsing roasted garlic tempers the raw garlic flavor because of its sweetness.
Italian Salad DressingI like this better than any bottled Italian dressing.
Basil Salad DressingI received this recipe from my niece, and it has been a favorite with family and friends. When I serve it for guests, they usually ask for the recipe. I like it because it's easy, healthy, and tasty.
Simple Lemon Salad DressingQuick, simple, and healthy seasoning for your fresh salad.
Balsamic Dijon and Shallot DressingThis dressing is good freshly made, but it's even better the next day or two after the flavors have had more time to blend.
Italian Oil and Vinegar DressingVery easy to make and tastes better than the store bought salad dressings. I like to make up several seasoning packets and keep them in my kitchen cabinet for when I need another bottle of salad dressing.
Balsamic VinaigretteWhisk all ingredients together and serve.
Sesame Salad DressingMix all the ingredients other than oil in a bowl. Add oil gradually into a bowl and mix well.
Vinegar And Oil Salad DressingMix ingredients thoroughly (can be done in a shaker). Store in refrigerator. Use amount needed for salads.
Peanut Lime VinaigretteCombine the first ten ingredients in a food processor or blender and process until blended. Slowly drizzle in the peanut oil and blend to combine.
Catalina Salad DressingCombine the above ingredients. Add a pinch of garlic, if you like.
Red Wine VinaigretteCombine all ingredients in a cruet or glass jar with a screw-on lid. Tighten lid and shake vigorously before serving.
Caper VinaigretteIf you like capers, you're going to love this one. Shake all ingredients together in a cruet or jar and serve.
Bacon French DressingCombine all ingredients except bacon in a bottle of jar. Cover tightly and shake well. Chill several hours. Remove garlic. Add bacon just before combining with shredded cabbage.
Maple and Balsamic VinaigretteIt sounded like a strange combination but a neighbor gave me some she made to try and it was good! And she was kind enough to share the recipe ;-)
Citrus and Basil Vinaigrette Tastes really yummy on a mixed green salad topped with cherry tomatoes and shredded cheddar cheese.
Citrus Vinaigrette or MarinadeWhisk all ingredients together. Taste for seasoning. I use this for a light salad dressing and a meat marinade. It is quite versatile. It doubles easily.
Mustard VinaigretteMost of us have these items readily available in our kitchen :-) This recipe is a healthy, tasty alternative to bottled dressings that are expensive and that contain a lot of added chemicals. Yield: 12 lightly dressed salads
Italian Salad DressingIn blender place olive oil, minced onion, Parmesan, salt and spices. Blend 30 seconds and add vinegar and lemon juice. Blend another 30 seconds.
Celery Seed DressingPut ingredients into jar and shake well. Let stand overnight. This dressing should be left out of the refrigerator for several hours after you make it, and should be shaken vigorously every once in a while.
Sweet Onion DressingCombine sugar, salt, dry mustard, poppy seeds, celery seeds, grated onion and vinegar. Gradually add peanut oil, beating constantly.
Apple Juice VinaigretteIn a small bowl, whisk the first eight ingredients. Drizzle over greens and fruit.
Grandma's Salad DressingCombine the following in a blender or shaker jar with tight closure. Keep refrigerated.
Herb VinaigretteWe prefer this using fresh mint, and toss it with mixed greens, crumbled feta, diced red onion, and walnuts. This vinaigrette is also good tossed with assorted vegetables and served as a cold salad.