Recipe by mama2006
"Super easy and delicious on every type of salad or vegetable."
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red wine vinegar
extra-virgin olive oil
I thought this was a good dressing and liked that it made just a small portion. It does taste like salad dressing and not honey mustard as it doesn't have the mayonnaise. It has a little bit of a tart bite though. It was a different change to an oily or creamy type dressings.
I made this twice (the yield is small, and I had some red wine vinegar to use up), so I had it on a bunch of salads for lunch. I'm kind of conflicted - to me, the taste was just OK - I'm not a big fan of mustard. But I see that others think this is great - it certainly looks good on paper. It was worth trying, anyway.
this vinaigrette was very good! Be aware that the recipe is a little more on the Dijon side than the sweet side so it's got kick to it. I just added more honey to balance it out and it was delicious :-)
Incredibly quick and easy to make, tasted great. Glad to find a recipe that didn't include mayo.
Simple (and quick) to make, but full of flavor! My wife tends to like things tangy, and I tend to like things sweet -- we both enjoyed this as a salad dressing. (I suppose if someone felt it was too tangy, they could just up the honey content...)
I've been looking for a dressing like this in grocery stores forever!! The ones I purchases from cheap to gourmet, did not even compare to this one. I could almost drink it was so delicious. Next time, I'll increase the serving size.
I am a big fan of tangy dressings and love Dijon, so, I knew this would be a good recipe for me! I served it as a sauce to accompany roasted asparagus, but, it I will be making it again to drizzle over salad. This was not your typical honey mustard because it definitely had more of a tangy zip than a sweet flavor. Thanks for the recipe!
This is fantastic... I made it with steamed broccoli, fresh red onions, and radishes, as a cold salad....I had to make more! My friends are snobs....and it went over so well. I love garlic, I have about 7 bulbs of it at all times. I used jarred minced garlic. It made it slightly sweeter...which balances the bitter of broccoli, and the sharpness of the onion and radish
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Dijon Vinaigrette
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 30
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