Top Rated Vinaigrette Recipes

Mustard Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
This yogurt-based dressing adds zip and tartness to all sorts of vegetables and salads. Three types of mustard add a real pop of flavor.This recipe is adapted from Executive Chef Matthew Danaher at Farmhouse Kitchen in Delray Beach, Florida. It was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Dill's refreshing, subtle-sweetness will add a pop of flavor to any dish. Here, it's combined with cucumber, shallots and honey mustard to make a tangy and bright dressing for summer salads, pasta salads and more. This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune. 
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4.5
Asian Vinaigrette
This Asian vinaigrette recipe is absolutely packed with flavor. We like to eat this on a quinoa salad with tofu and stir fried veggies (think: broccoli, mushrooms, bell peppers, cabbage, peas and carrots). 
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4.5
Lemon Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
This dressing is the perfect complement to salads made from hearty greens like kale, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts. The lemon juice softens fibrous veggies while adding bright, zesty flavor.This recipe is by Executive Chef Troy Beasley of Grille 401 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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4.5
Basic Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
In France, cooks think ahead when it comes to salad dressings. Empty and well-washed wine bottles do double duty as vinaigrette containers. A batch of basic dressing is made for the week and stored in the wine bottle. Just before adding it to a fresh salad, variance herbs and spices are mixed in to make a new dressing. From this private stock of basic vinaigrette, one can add such items as chopped tarragon or basil, crushed garlic or fresh dill, and never repeat the same dressing twice.This recipe is by Marcy Goldman-Posluns and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Classic French Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
Spending a little time on even a simple salad is the difference between a great salad and one that is an organic afterthought. Insist, too, on homemade dressings, like this classic French vinaigrette—its simple yet delicious flavors allow the fresh ingredients of your salad to really shine through.This recipe is by Marcy Goldman-Posluns and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Spinach Salad With Apple Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
Apple vinaigrette is not only a great fall dressing, it's perfect for any time of the year. Instead of the dried fried onions, feel free to fry fresh onions and add them to this salad when they are room temperature—they make a great addition.This recipe is by Elizabeth Kurtz was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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4.5
Couscous Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette
Couscous, small round pieces of pasta made from a mixture of semolina flour and water, makes the perfect base for a cold salad. If you’re looking for something other than a sandwich to pack for lunch, this is a great option. This recipe calls for red bell peppers, zucchini, feta cheese, and a lemon vinaigrette, but you could easily adapt this concept based on the ingredients you have on hand or your personal taste preference. Click here for more pasta salad recipes.  
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A simple yet versatile dressing that can be used to toss with lettuce greens, or a variety of roasted vegetables, like beets.
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Miso Vinaigrette recipe - The Daily Meal
This quick and easy vinaigrette is not only delicious on salads, but also gives a pop of flavor to grilled fish and poultry. Try drizzling it over root vegetables before roasting them—they'll carmelize beautifully.This recipe is from True Food Kitchen in Boca Raton, Florida, and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Italian vinaigrette
A big bottle of Italian dressing is a must-have in your fridge — or is it? Chances are, you have everything to make a super zesty Italian vinaigrette in your cabinets already. Traditional vinaigrettes have a 4-to-1 ratio of oil to vinegar, but we evened the playing field to really boost the flavors of this dressing.
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3.25
These flavors are a perfect blend for three-bean or similar salads. Let your imagination be your guide. And the flavors only get better after a day in the fridge.Click here to see 4 Summer Salad Dressings. 
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2.666665