Balsamic Vinegar Salad Dressing
For the best balsamic vinegar dressing, use high-quality vinegar and oil. From vinaigrette to creamy dressings, these easy balsamic vinegar dressing recipes can be made with regular or white balsamic vinegar.See Popular Balsamic Vinegar Salad Dressing Recipes
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This salad recipe adds a bit of drama to an upscale menu by piling tender baby greens onto halved beets.
Perfect on Romaine lettuce and spinach salad, this creamy dressing is delicious on steamed broccoli, too. Dairy-free and nearly oil-free, its thick body comes from apple sauce and pureed raisins.
The sweet tang of this rosy dressing pairs nicely with nuts, cheese, avocado or grilled chicken breast in a mixed green salad. A full 2 cups of strawberries boost the dressing's vitamin C and fiber, while the olive oil is high in omega-3 fatty acids, a healthy fat that fights inflammation and protects against heart disease.
A unique rendition of balsamic dressing that is a sure winner for all of your salads.
This no-cook dinner uses convenience products to make it quick and easy. Chewy dried fruit, tart vinaigrette, and sweet, fresh fruit add a delightful blend of flavors in this chicken salad.
This simple, mixed green salad with toasted pecans, dried cherries, and Parmesan cheese is a versatile side dish. Serve it at a barbecue or on an elegant holiday table.
This warm vegetable salad is filled with a flavorful blend of goat cheese, dates, pecans, and a balsamic vinaigrette.
Top mixed greens with toasted pecans, dried cherries, and Parmesan cheese for an easy and fresh side dish.
This Cajun-inspired barbecue salad includes a combination of many flavors. Dijon-style mustard and two kinds of vinegar add to the refreshing tartness of the dressing.
Caprese is a salad that includes the wonderful combination of fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. For this recipe, the salad is served as sauce over pan-fried skinless, boneless chicken breast halves.