Top Rated Vinaigrette Recipes

Chef Laurent Gras served this dish as part of a special menu served at BLT Fish in New York City for one week during the first week of May. It is perfect timing since black bass season begins the first of May. 
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Copycat Chipotle Honey Vinaigrette
Americas’ most popular burrito chain also serves an addictive salad dressing that tastes incredible on just about anything. Because we love it so much, we have tested and perfected a version of Chipotle’s Chipotle-Honey Vinaigrette that’s easy enough for any home cook to prepare and rivals the original. This vinaigrette is so versatile that it’s perfect drizzled simply on top of crisp romaine salad, but also works great as a dip and makes a wonderful appetizer served with a crudité. You can also use this dressing to marinate chicken, fish, and even beef.
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Grilled Romaine
Charred, barely wilted romaine hearts are this year’s trendiest summer side dish.This recipe is courtesy of Dessert Now Dinner Later.
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This flavorful and refreshing noodles recipe is courtesy of Beaker & Gray in Miami. We recommend doubling the chili vinaigrette and using the leftovers on anything and everything for the next week or so.
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This flavorful and refreshing noodles recipe is courtesy of Beaker & Gray in Miami. We recommend doubling the chili vinaigrette and using the leftovers on anything and everything for the next week or so.
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Mustard dressing
A simple mustard-based French-style vinaigrette from chef Luc Dimnet of Brasserie in New York City that is used to finish his Frisée aux Lardons and Haricots Verts Salads.
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This Asian vinaigrette recipe gives your basic vinaigrette recipe a kick! The mild heat that it brings will make any salad or vegetable a bit more exciting and will have you wanting to eat your greens more so than usual. 
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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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Classic French Vinaigrette
This following recipe is what you would call a back-pocket recipe — something you can store away in your brain and pull out whenever you need it without ever actually looking back at the recipe. It is simple, bright, balanced, flavorful, and most importantly it goes well with almost any salad. 
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Halibut Cheeks
In cooking these tender and flavorful cheeks, I approached them as I would scallops. Searing them on a hot cast-iron pan, flipping them, and then allowing the residual heat from the pan to finish the cooking process. They are delicate and do not require a lot of cooking time and are best a little underdone. Because they are so flavorful, I kept the seasonings to a minimum and just brightened it up with sweet Meyer lemons and refreshing basil. Feel free to serve them with roasted asparagus as I did or other seasonal vegetables. Check out more Healthy and Hearty Halibut Recipes.
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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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