Make a double or triple batch. Use some to marinate chicken breast fillets. Use some to marinate some medium sliced tomatoes. Grill the fillets. Toast some ciabatta. Smear basil pesto on the bread, top with the chicken, a slice of provolone and a tomato slice. Chicken sandwich heaven.
Very tasty!!! I used dried thyme and it was still fantastic!
My husband and I both love lemon so I saw the average rating and decided to try it!! 3/4 tsp. salt was way over the top! All you could taste was the salt! I think the dressing would be light and delicious by omitting the salt or just adding a pinch.
Great for marinating chicken. Added honey because it needed a bit of sweetness.
Great dressing! I used it on some mache from the garden, and it was wonderful.
Yum!!! I had a salad with lemon vinaigrette at a restaurant here in Portland and decided to try and make my own. I found this recipe and loooove the addition of the thyme. I didn't add the garlic because I didn't have any and have since made it the same way each time.
Delicious on a salad! Thanks for posting!
Loved the lemon and thyme combo. Made a really good change from the usual. Very good with a green salad, as per Katie's suggestion.
I love lemon. I love garlic. I love tart. This was perfect for me although DH ran backwards as he prefers sweet dressings. I used this on a garden salad of fresh greens and salads. Thanks Katie for sharing your recipe!
This was a very different taste for us, I did find it very tart. However this is such a great, easy salad dressing; next time I might try another reveiwer's suggestion of a little sugar with it too - thanks for posting!