This is such an easy recipe, but so good. I love the flavors together. It was light, and just the right amount of tartness for my family. This makes a wonderful tasting dressing. You probably could use it over artichokes or any other vegetable too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I have to agree with Miss Annie on this...it's very light, and goes together so quickly. It was just right on a light, simple green salad, but I know it would taste great on any salad. Thanks Ginny!
This is excellent! Flavourful without a strong, vinegary taste.
A very easy, no frills recipe for a great tasting dressing. This has a crisp, light flavor that was so good over a salad of fresh spinach and our leaf lettuce from the garden. I made the recipe as posted, it's perfect! Thanks for sharing this one Ginny!!
I used lime juice instead of lemon juice and it turned out great. I added a pinch of sugar to cut the acidity a bit. Excellent dressing for greens. Thanks again Dancer^.
Made this recipe as written and it turned out great. What a wonderful light and easy to make dressing. Thanks for posting.
I like how light this tastes with the lemon juice. I don't like vinagery dressings, so this is a great way to for me to enjoy a vinagrette. I used fresh oregano (1 1/2tsp.) since I have some growing right now. Very good -- I'll enjoy this one often. Thanks for sharing! **Updating to say I tried this using Italian seasoning instead of dried oregano and it was great too! I still prefer the original, but this makes a nice change and will inspire me to try even more variations.
Made this as a dressing for a Greek salad for a group. Everyone loved it.
Really good salad dressing. Just finished having it on mixed baby greens. Like another review, I added a touch of sweet, with about a heaping teaspoon of Splenda, but left everything else the same. Will try with the thyme or with Italian seasoning next time. Thanks for the recipe.