Dressing up a salad can make or break your vegetable delight. Keep your salads interesting by changing up the dressing you use on your plate of greens.
First, you will need a few essentials to keep on hand. As long as you have these ingredients, making your own homemade salad dressings is a snap.
Salad Dressing Necessities
- Glass Salad Dressing Shaker
- Swing Top Glass Bottles
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- White Balsamic Vinegar
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Himalayan Pink Salt
- Black Pepper
- Toasted Sesame Oil
- Organic Starter Spice Set
Some dressings call for ingredients such as buttermilk, cheese, and greek yogurt. You can pick these items up at your local store.
Next, you will need recipes. All of the salad dressing recipes I have listed are easy to make. Make a couple different ones and store them in a flip top bottle. Keep the bottles in your fridge and you will have a few different options when it comes time to dress your salad.
Salad Dressing Recipes
The apple cider vinegar pairs perfectly with the cranberries and honey.
Rice vinegar, fresh lime juice and a few other ingredients create a flavor explosion.
Add a little kick to your dressing by using ginger.
Here is a creamy dressing everyone will enjoy.
Adding berries to your salad dressings helps eliminate the need for added sugars.
Figs add a ton of flavor to dressings. All you need is a blender to mix everything up.
This is a great dressing that is simple to make and it tastes amazing.
We all know that Caesar salad dressing pairs well with chicken, but have you ever tried it on fish? It is delicious!
This dressing recipe is a great twist on balsamic vinaigrette.
Using citrus in your salad dressing is so refreshing. This one calls for blood orange.
Lovely creamy salad dressing with fresh herbs.
What an incredible combination of flavors!
Salad dressings can make or break a salad. They help add flavor and pizazz to a meal that we should be eating often.
Mixing and matching ingredients, creating your own dressings, and trying out new flavors is a great way to keep your salads interesting for the whole family. You can even get the kids involved and have them help you make some of your own creations. Measuring and mixing the ingredients are my kid’s favorite tasks when it comes to making our own salad dressings.
What are your favorite homemade salad dressing ideas?