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Salad dressings and vinaigrettes

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Recipe #1982

3 Reviews |  By Bergy

Nice lite (in calories) and great tasting

Recipe #32578

6 Reviews |  By Rita~

Use this as a spread,dip or toss as a dressing for your salad of greens or grilled flake tuna. No need for salt but if you need to try a touch of soy sauce.

Recipe #179186

7 Reviews |  By ellie_

Simple salad dressing is great on tossed salads but is also delicious as a marinade for chicken. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (February 1984)

Recipe #96846

2 Reviews |  By Derf

The chive blossoms taste quite oniony and add a lot of taste to the dressing and are also nice added to the salad greens. Love spring with all the fresh new salad makings!!

Recipe #124362

4 Reviews |  By Derf

Chives right out of the garden make a tasty dressing for fresh garden greens!!Walnuts add a little crunch. Adapted from Canadian Living mag.

Recipe #39364

Feta ties with Sharp Cheddar and Havarti for my favorite cheeses. I love the sharp taste of a good Feta on salads with sweet tomatoes and cucumbers.

Recipe #169988

29 Reviews |  By Bergy

This is a very refreshing dressing over any fresh or stewed fruit. Try sprinkling some desicacated coconut over top of the dressing.I like a mixture of banana, orange green grapes, apple, and whatever seasonal fruit like apricot, peach. You can also add fresh dates or figs. Your salad, your choice

Recipe #38413

This is a great dressing to serve over greens, chicken salad, even fruit! Adapted from That's My Home.

Recipe #146145

Perfect on a green salad, or as a marinade on fish.

Recipe #142017

I found this recipe while searching for Asian dressings. This is suppose to be like most Japanese restaurant's house dressings. Posted for Zaar World tour 2005.

Recipe #136915

The use of pumpkin seed oil gives this salad dressing a unique nutty flavour. A mild honey (e.g. glover honey) in addition with the aceto balsamico will give the dressing a fruity sweetness. Dijon mustard will top it off with slight pepperiness. This dressing works fine with any kind of lettuce.

Recipe #127650

4 Reviews |  By ellie_

Simple salad dressing is great over greens. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (January 1981)

Recipe #125958

2 Reviews |  By C in PA

This recipe was in Cottage Living magazine. I haven't made it yet, although it looks like a keeper!

Recipe #121706

I got this recipe from a Cooking Light magazine, years ago (maybe 10) I use it on my Spinach, strawberry and red onion salad. It's also great on a Romaine salad.

Recipe #117610

I keep this on hand in refrigerator. We like it best on spinach salad!

Recipe #117028

I came up with this one day when my husband refused to eat bottled dressing any longer. We are huge salad fans and this dressing is now the house favorite. This also doubles for a nice marinade on chicken breasts or pork tenderloin.

Recipe #60952


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