7 Reviews

Use half of the salt to start. I had to make another batch salt free because the first batch had too much salt. Still debating if it need a touch more sugar. I will work with it a little more but I and hopeful that this will replace the Athenos Greek Vinaigrette that Sam's no longer has in stock. I even used the empty bottle to refill with a quad batch. Made another quad batch with white wine vinegar this time. Just a little less tart. Added just a small amount more of sugar and and half of the salt. Thanks for putting the lemons from our tree to use. I may try a 50/50 batch with white and red wine vinegar next time. I will continue to make this when there fresh lemons on the tree. Now what to do will all of the limes I will have in few weeks.

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bbqwalt November 07, 2015

I will definitely use this recipe often - it's so full of flavor! I left out the sugar and didn't miss it at all. I also used white wine vinegar instead of red, because it was all I had. Also, I didn't feel like pulling out the blendar, so I just minced up the garlic super-fine, threw everything into a mason jar, and shook until combined. Loved it! Thanks!

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KissKiss October 23, 2014

This was so simple and lovely. I added two chillis and used 5 leaves of Stevia instead of sugar. I made 2 cups. Used this with My Big Fat Greek Pasta Salad

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Satyne April 07, 2013

Thanks for the recipe! This is full of flavour and is so easy to make. I put it in my Magic Bullet and have it ready for dinner in less than two minutes. It's so much nicer than buying bottled dressing.

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hedgiehog October 26, 2010

This is a very fresh, flavorful vinaigrette. I used apple cider vinegar and while cutting the recipe in half I used 3 Tbls of oil and 2 cloves of garlic and a large pinch of sugar and salt, which made it zesty but not overwhelming. This is even better the 2nd day, so make ahead if you can. I beat the whole thing by hand and it mixed up just fine (I'll have to admit I was making this on the fly and missed the whole blender direction).

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momaphet January 16, 2008

oh yes....very good dressing. I added alittle less oil maybe 1/3c instead of 1/2c tasted it and am looking forward to it on my salad later on!

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Sharon loves her kids January 16, 2008

This is a really good dressing! I halved the oil, omitted the sugar, and did just a pinch of salt for our tastes. Good just as a vinaigrette for regular salad as well. Serves about 10 people.

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Maito January 07, 2008
Greek Vinaigrette