Vinaigrette

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by striker56, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. striker56

    striker56

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    Vinaigrette's are one of my favorite category of dressings that's why i open this thread.
    I have many.vinaigrette with herbs,vinaigrette strawberry,vinaigrette ginger etc
    Write your vinaigrette recipes
     
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  2. maryb

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    I don't really have a recipe... usually make whatever I have handy and sounds good. Onion, garlic, pepper, mustard, herbs... really depends on what I am hungry for and I mix just what I need for that salad
     
  3. petemccracken

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    Oil & vinegar (3:1, approximately ), choice of oil and vinegar depend on desired application, as do any garnishes
     
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  4. striker56

    striker56

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    i know the basic recipe but i want to see some change of the basic recipe like :

    Vinaigrette Melon

    blend 1 medium melon 

    250ml white balsamic vinegar

    5tbls moustard mild

    3tbls honey

    3tbls sweet chilli

    250ml midori (liquer of melon)

    350ml sunflower oil

    and i have work many of these recipe's :p
     
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  5. jmrichky

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    "Mimosa" vinaigrette... "Bloody Mary" vinaigrette. I have had great success using these dressings on Sunday brunch menus.
     
  6. sqrtchefjason

    sqrtchefjason

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    I am currently using a pumpkin seed oil vinegerette and it is going over very well at my place