10 Reviews

I'm trying to stay away for fat and this was perfect...so easy to prepare and tasty too! It's nice and refreshing...I think you could even us frozen strawberries if you couldn't locate juicy ripe ones. This is a keeper...loved the flavor of the pepper in this. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas November 18, 2011

I enjoyed the dressing and served it over greens, but I think I would enjoy it more over fruit. Very interesting! Thanks Paula! Made for the Epicurean Queens, Family Picks-ZWT 2009.

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Sharon123 June 09, 2009

Very good taste make sure to use the less seedy strawberries that are soft, red and fresh, the kind you get strawberry picking not from store shelves. Mine did not go smooth. Made for ZWT5 for Cooks With Dirty Faces.

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UmmBinat June 03, 2009

This dressing is just right to use in the summer months when strawberries are so wonderful and fresh. With the great sweet/tart flavors with the strawberries and red wine vinegar, it went great with my mixed greens salad with green onions, cucumber, tomatoes, and a few more strawberries. Thanks for posting this easy to make vinaigrette. Made for ZWT5.

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CarolAT May 27, 2009

This was delicious and a wonderful alternative to my usual fat free dressing. For my taste, in addition to the spinach, I found that carrots, avocado and cucumbers tasted best with the berries while I did not care for the bell pepper and tomato flavor mixed in. I used raspberry vinegar and added more black pepper where serving. Can't wait to eat another salad! ;-) Thanks!

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SusieQusie March 27, 2008

made this dressing for my spinach, arugula and madarin salad. Grilled a small chicken breast sliced it and placed on top with additional berries. This was so fast and simple, well worth eating off the good china for. Thanks for the fast tasty recipe. update June 2007, made this for a picnic with the grandsons, the three year old added watermelon cubes to his spinach salad. Great easy ecipe.

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andypandy June 10, 2007

Tagged this for ZWT as a quick way to use the last of my berries before going on vacation. Boy what a treat. I used half red wine and half raspberry vinegar which intensified the berry flavor. Also added a bit more fresh pepper and served it on a salad of greens, peppers, cucumbers, scallions and pineapple. Delicious.

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justcallmetoni July 05, 2006

I used just slightly more pepper than the recipe said and loved the subtle accent the pepper lends to the fruity taste. I served this on a salad of just greens and strips of green pepper, no chicken, and loved it. I can't wait to try it with the really juicy flavorful strawberries that only come in the middle of summer (next time I promise to add some chicken or turkey). Dreamy!

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echo echo April 08, 2006

I love pepper so I added a bit more to the dressing. Enjoyed this dressing very much, so easy to prepare.

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lauralie41 May 28, 2005

This sounded so good that I tagged it the 1st day of the strawberry swap. It is super easy to prepare. I couldn't really taste the pepper while eating the salad but afterward noticed that it has a cumulative effect. There is definitely some zip to this dressing. Nice, easy recipe.

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Ducky May 20, 2005
Strawberry-peppercorn Vinaigrette Dressing