This recipe is from my gran's church cookbook from 1960. Hope you'll enjoy it.
A low-fat citrus vinaigrette recipe, perfect for all kinds of salads. Great to make when citrus is in season!
A vinaigrette can be mixed specially for a salad or it can be made in a larger quantity, to use as required – it will keep in the fridge for several weeks. If made ahead, store it in a screw-top jar and shake well just before using.
Try this quick homemade dressing to perk up any salad.
Salad dressing is easy to make and cheaper than bought dressing.
Liven up your salads! This is a super quick recipe for making a delicious dressing that I learnt whilst studying in France. It'll make fresh leaf salads more exciting and it is easily adaptable to make it your own!
This unique vinaigrette is delicious served over a mixed green salad, or even barbecued salmon or warm roast turkey. Especially nice round Christmastime - though you will love it so much you might want to make it year round!
This easy-to-make vinaigrette is flavoured with fresh garlic, tarragon, mustard seed and celery seed. During the summer, I use 2 teaspoons of fresh tarragon instead of dried.
This tasty dressing is great on salads, or it can be turned into a seafood sauce by adding a few simple ingredients. It is also a good substitution for salad cream in sandwiches and the like. You will love this.
This dressing is quick and easy to make. Adjust the relative amounts of ingredients to your taste. It goes well with almost any salad.