Vinaigrette Salad Dressing
Traditionally four parts oil to one part vinegar, vinaigrette salad dressings take little effort to make. From balsamic to raspberry to sherry-shallot, these easy vinaigrette salad dressings add a splash of flavor to any bed of greens.See Popular Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipes
Toss this light homemade dressing with any combination of greens, avocado, cucumber, and sweet peppers.
It's easier than you think to make your own dressing. Get creative with any of the variations on the basic herb vinaigrette.
This quick-and-easy vinaigrette makes a summer-fresh dressing for any green salad and adds super flavor to a plate of sliced tomatoes sprinkled with green onions and feta cheese.
Toss this light soy-ginger dressing with a bag of slaw mix and roasted peanuts for a nutritious side dish on stir-fry night. The recipe uses canola oil and sesame oil, which are both good choices as part of a balanced diet.
This Asian-inspired side salad goes well with chicken or fish.
This tangy, thick, cherry-colored dressing tastes great on most any tossed salads. It's nice on fresh fruit, too.
Pasta salad is a no-brainer for potlucks or other occasions when you're asked to bring a course or side dish. It's simple to make, easy to transport, and can be prepared ahead of time. And since pasta salad lends itself so easily to ingredient substitutions or additions, creating a "signature" salad is a breeze.
Signet marigold petals combined with oil and vinegar drizzled over crisp lettuce makes a delightful, elegant summer salad.
This tomato-rich vinaigrette recipe can be refrigerated up to three days. It's the perfect dressing for a Spinach-Ravioli Salad.
Bottled dressing won't be in the picture again when you learn the basic techniques behind how to make salad dressing. It's easy--just remember a few simple tricks.
Stilton is a blue cheese that is made in England. Other blue cheese will also work in this salad recipe, including Italian Gorgonzola, French Roquefort, and American blue cheese.
This quick-fix, fresh romaine lettuce salad is ready to serve with dinner in 20 minutes.
This salad brims with big chunks of pears and blue cheese. Its bold flavors pair well with beef or chicken.
Pears, blue cheese, and leafy greens tossed with a simple pear nectar, oil, and vinegar dressing makes an elegant side dish accompaniment to any entree.
This colorful vegetable platter makes the perfect side dish for your next dinner party. Don't forget to pass with herb dressing.
A refreshing ginger vinaigrette seasons this side salad. The noodles are added uncooked. They soften some while chilling, but still add crunch.