Honey Garlic Dressing

Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 0 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large bowl, beat the egg yolks.
  2. Slowly add the oil while whisking to make a basic mayonnaise.
  3. It will work only if you add the oil very, very slowly at first.
  4. You can also use a food processor to make this dressing, but again, you must add the oil ever so slowly to get the desired consistency.
  5. Once the mayonnaise is made, add all the ingredients except the vinegars.
  6. Make sure the the dressing is well mixed and ingredients are evenly distributed throughout.
  7. Slowly stir in the tarragon vinegar and then the red wine vinegar, making sure that they are evenly blended.
  8. This dressing must be stored in the fridge or it will spoil.
  9. Yield 5 cups


Most Helpful

Made as directed except used 1 tsp tarragon and omitted the tarragon vinegar due to the suggestion a previous reviewer. I also reduced it down to two servings as 5 cups is alot of dressing! It is a delicious salad dressing, but the vinegar needs to be brought down.

2Bleu April 04, 2008

This salad dressing was a little tart for my taste. It has an interesting blending of flavors and if I were to make again I would definately cut down on the vinegars. One of the great about things about Zaar is that you can change the number of servintgs with their help. I used the converter and reduced the amount of dressing from 5 cups to 1 cup.

PaulaG February 26, 2005

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