Hey Jude, this is terrific blue cheese vinaigrette! When I read it I thought that it probably shouldn't be called a vinaigrette with a T of sugar in it, but it's still plenty tangy. It just doesn't take your breath away as some, loaded with vinegar, do. It's perfect. And it's just become the official house dressing.
I'm a big fan of Blue Cheese and I loved this vinaigrette. Not too overpowering but still has a little "bite" to it. I served this over fresh baby spinach and it was wonderful.
Well.... I think I finally found the recipe for a TGIFs salad dressing that they no longer have on the menu! I absolutely loved it on their Cobb Salad and its just not the same without it! I can't wait to make this! Thanks for sharing!
You smell that? It's a blue cheese smell. One that's been aging for 3 months. Don't resist it; go ahead and lick your monitor.
Yummy! Tried another blue cheese vinaigrette and it was good, but my tasters said it could use more blue cheese. After trying this I understand!! This was tangy good! The amount is just right for my husband and myself so the dressing stays fresh.
Thanks for posting it!
Love it, love it, love it! Used Champagne vinegar b/c that's what I had on hand. Absolutely divine! Thanks for sharing!
My husband loved this so much he requested it again the next evening. Great taste, especially over a romaine salad with mandarin oranges. Thanks!
Being a blue cheese lover this recipe sounded so good to me, however after tasting it, I was so disappointed. I followed your directions exactly, but I found that the vinegar took over and it was so strong that I really couldn't even eat it. I don't like giving negative feedback, but in my opinion the amount of vinegar should be adjusted. I plan on making this again, but will cut the am't of vinegar in half.