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Love this stuff. I wasn't even worried about going fat-free, I was looking for the best flavor and man oh man, this one is perfect. I ran out of balsamic and had to use a bit of sherry vinegar to hit the right amount of acidity tonight and which may have been the best thing to ever happen to our salads! (shredded grilled jerk chicken, romaine, avocado, hard boiled eggs, toasted almonds and fresh parmesan)

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Nic.O March 22, 2013

tweaked it a bit to my tastes - it was delish! first attempt at a home made dressing and i am thrilled with it. update: this is the only dressing i make. i use stone ground mustard, otherwise the same. every time there is a potluck at work i am asked to bring a salad with this dressing.

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LizzieP February 28, 2010

Love this no fat dressing! I can't wait to try it with a flavored honey such as rosemary or orange blossom. I used Grey Poupon but next time will try stoneground. It did thicken up a bit in the fridge and was tasty. Perfect for our diet!

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JanuaryBride March 05, 2013

Delicious and quick! Thanks for posting a yummy, homemade, no fat dressing. I will be using this again and again.

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Orange Walk girl November 20, 2012

Fabulous! I loved the low fat content! I didn't have any honey, so subbed in corn syrup. Those who complain that it is too "thin", just put it in the refrigerator for a bit and it becomes thicker. Now I can make an awesome, healthy and cheap dressing at home! Thanks for a super recipe:)

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Taylor's Mommy January 21, 2012

I eat a salad almost everyday and I'm getting so bored & tired of the store bought dressings. I used dijon mustard and loved the overall flavour but I found the dressing a bit too thin to coat my veggies. I'll definitely make this again but next time I'll try the stone ground mustard and maybe increase the honey to give it more body . Thank you for posting your recipe.

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Sous Chef Bentley July 26, 2010

Sub Dijon mustard with Horseradish mustard, still turn out amazing!

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myoungp December 04, 2009

This is my favorite nonfat salad dressing. It's also good with agave nectar substituted for the honey. Use a nice, thick balsamic for best results. Add the balsamic in increments, so you can taste as you go along and stop when the mixture is just right for you. This dressing is delicious on greens, and good drizzled on veggies, too.

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FoodBooksSangria July 31, 2008

Loved it! No oil and it was still fabulous, and so simple! I'll be making this again for sure!

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SweetySJD June 11, 2008

Oh my gosh, my brand new favorite salad dressing! I used sweet/hot mustard the first time and it had a great kick to the dressing, but I think Dijon really does work the best. I love that there's no oil so I can toss as much as I want, but it still tastes great. I just put all of the ingredients in a salad dressing bottle and shook it all up - took about 60 seconds to finish the whole dressing, super easy! Good on any salad, but perfect on broccoli slaw :) Thanks so much!

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B-Walk February 08, 2007
Balsamic Honey Mustard Dressing