6 Reviews

Running the whole thing in a chopper or whisking it in a bowl will emulsify the mustard. Great salad dressing--more than the sum of the parts. Neither the mustard nor the garlic is too prominent--it blends into a super tasty dressing, and the mustard gives it the body that a homemade vinaigrette often lacks. My daughter hates mustard and she's OK with this.

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bouncedancer January 30, 2012

Wonderfully fresh tasting dressing. A healthy alternative to store bought varieties, with much better taste. Used white wine vinegar. Remarkably complex flavor for so few ingredients. If you don't try it you will regret it.

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The Portugarians November 28, 2011

Made this last night following the recipe measurements exactly. It looked awful, like curdled milk! I was puzzled as to why. Was it bad mustard, bad oil. Let it sit for a while hoping it was change texture. Decided to throw it away BUT then decided to add another 1/4 vinegar! VOILA! Problem solved. Perfect vinaigrette...creamy and smooth and very tasty. Will definitely do again but on a 2 parts oil to 1 part vinegar.

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cubah July 30, 2009

Delicious! I used red wine vinegar...and next time I think I will use white, just for appearance! Thank you posting!!

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katie in the UP February 10, 2009

This is great!! So easy! The flavors are excellent. Thanbks!

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susie cooks July 01, 2007

WOW this is very good... just saw this this a.m. in the NEW recipes..KNEW I had to try this for my salad I'm having for lunch today... it is put together very easily and I like how "full bodied" it is I like the color and followed your directions and made exactly as you posted with one exeption.. and that was a accident... had my great neice helping ...asked her to get me the Dijon mustard..and I payed no attention at 1st..so the 1st Tablespoon was French's horseradish mustard..but the 2nd was Dijon...it still turned out so so good...I had a clean /empty / 8oz glass Ken's steak house bottle and it filled it perfectly.. and it is pretty too... thank you so much for sharing this great vinaigrette recipe..it will be made often

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gruntlady June 30, 2007
Jacques Pepin's Vinaigrette in a Jar