This one hits the baseball out of the ballpark! I subbed cara cara oranges for standard, used local wildflower honey and walnut oil for vegetable. Thanks! Added to my Best of 2012 cookbook!
What a deliciously sweet dressing, with lots of tang. We enjoyed this very much and used freshly squeezed OJ which I think is key. I made exactly as written right down to the 2 types of oil. I didn't find that the honey mixture needed to cool much, I only left it for as long as it took to get the salad into the bowl. This would be terrific warm over spinach. Thanks PaulaG, can't wait to make this again. Made during ZWT7.
Citrus based dressings are my absolute favourite. They are always so fresh tasting. Like Spring on your tongue. This my friends, is one of the best. There is a wonderful balance of the sweet and tart, and it's very smooth. I did mess up by using a stick blender. There went all that lovely orange pulp and zest. It only affected the look of the dressing, but certainly not the taste. You could use this on any variety of greens or fruit. I'll be making this often. Paula, you're wonderful. Honoured to make this as a "Thank You" for voting for Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia in the 2010 Kraft Hockeyville Competition.
We enjoyed this dressing very much! It was light and refreshing, and simple to put together. I just rough estimated the ingredients, although I did substitute red wine vinegar for the sherry wine vinegar. The burnt honey adds a very unique flavor. I served it warm over crisp lettuce, and fresh mushrooms and green onions. Outstanding and definitely a repeat recipe. Thanks for posting! :)
You've kicked the beehive with this one. Loved it and remember a moving target is harder to hit. Made for A-NZ#57 Recipe Tag.
Unique and tasty dressing. I doubled the olive oil and skipped the vegetable oil, otherwise followed the directions exactly. It was very good over mixed greens and toasted walnuts. I will be making it again, thanks for sharing.
Excellent dressing. The caramelization of the honey provided a really interesting note of flavour and the citrus really kicked it up! I used this on a huge salad of mixed greens, especially heavy on arugula, and added lots of shavings of parmesan - it was wonderful!