Mild-tasting grapeseed oil is the ideal foil for fruity raspberry vinegar. This simple dressing offers an especially nice finish for a salad of mixed greens, fresh peaches or berries and chicken. For an exquisite appetizer, drizzle the dressing over melon wedges (or fresh figs) draped with thin slices of prosciutto.
see savings2 tablespoonsraspberry vinegar
see savings1/8 teaspoonsalt
see savingsFreshly ground pepper, to taste
see savings1/3 cupgrapeseed oil, or canola oil
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