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Whisk ingredients together until well blended.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
I have used McCormick Pasta Salad Vinaigrette Dressing Blend for years to make pasta salad. When I ordered it last time I was told McCormick has stopped making it. I did not even get to save a package with a list of ingredients. If anyone has this info or a clone recipe I would appreciate it. It was so good. I sorely miss it. Thanks for your help.
Joyce from Mississippi
This is tasty, quick and easy. A great salad dressing or marinade. Bon appetite!
Total Time: A few minutes
Yield: About 1 3/4 cups
Combine the first ten ingredients in a food processor or blender and process until blended.
Slowly drizzle in the peanut oil and blend to combine. Add the cilantro and blend for a few seconds until combined. Season all to taste with salt and stir in to the roasted peanuts.
Keep refrigerated until serving.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
You 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.
Total Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 6-8 servings
I 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!
This is a great way to use up extra cherry tomatoes. Combine cherry tomatoes, vinegar, garlic and Dijon mustard in a food processor and process until well blended.
Mix ingredients thoroughly (can be done in a shaker). Store in refrigerator. Use amount needed for salads.
Spread walnuts on cookie sheet and toast in 325 degrees F oven 5-8 minutes. Chop walnuts coarsely. In medium bowl blend walnut and oils, vinegar, honey, mustard, pepper and salt.
This page contains a dandelion greens and pomegranate vinaigrette recipe. One way to get rid of those pesky dandelions in your lawn is to eat them. The greens are chock full of vitamins and minerals.
There is no need to buy vinaigrette at the store. Make a fresh batch anytime you need to at home.
Combine all ingredients in a small jar and refrigerate.
We 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.
This flavorful dressing is easy to make and will add a lot of flavor to your salads.
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Does anyone have a good Homemade Raspberry Vinaigrette recipe or know of a good brand to buy at the store?
Peggygv from San Antonio, TX
Some one put this one up. Sounds good to me.
Mix the first 5 ingredients in a blender until smooth. Add the oil in a steady stream with blender on a low speed and then on a high speed as the dressing thickens. Add the poppy seeds and pulse to mix just until the seeds are distributed. This dressing keeps, covered and refrigerated for 2 weeks. Makes 2 1/2 cups.
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I am looking for a recipe for a salad dressing. It is an oil and vinegar sweet dressing that I have only had served over a lettuce salad, with apples and walnuts in it.
Bonnie from Avoca, NE
This is my favorite sweet dressing.
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
Combine all above in a jar with tight fitting lid, or old salad dressing bottle. Shake until sugar is dissolved. This is also very good with a teaspoon of dried Italian herbs, but perhaps not on a fruit salad.
Does anyone have a recipe for Hops (Restaurant) Vinaigrette. I had it in Florida and haven't been able to find a recipe for it.
Susan from Hershey, PA