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Garlic-Dijon Vinaigrette

March/April 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (43 votes)

This garlicky mustard vinaigrette is great to have in your repertoire as it goes with almost anything. The recipe makes plenty so you can fix it once and then have it on hand for several days. The garlic is delicious but bold here; use fewer cloves if you want to tone it down.



READER'S COMMENT:
"followed the recipe exactly and loved the dressing, even my kids loved it! Great as a dipping sauce for artisan bread as well. "
Garlic-Dijon Vinaigrette

6 Reviews for Garlic-Dijon Vinaigrette

08/27/2014
Anonymous
Great basic dressing. Any type mustard could be used.

Easy great tasting low calorie dressing. Could use different types of mustards and vinegars.

Super simple to make in a food processor. Makes enough to last all week!
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09/07/2013
Anonymous

Very tart and tangy - made 1/2 the recipe as is plus added 1 TBS honey making the dressing a bit creamy and smoother. Much better.

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09/07/2013
Anonymous

Very tart and tangy - made 1/2 the recipe as is plus added 1 TBS honey making the dressing a bit creamy and smoother. Much better.

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01/14/2013
Easy and tasty

I made this and we love the taste. We wanted something a little thicker to top our eggs with, so I added low fat mayonnaise to a small amount. Perfect! We can now have healthier 'dijonaisse' or vinaigrette whenever we like. So much better than buttery sauces. Plenty good enough for us!

Keeps for several days, easy converted to a thicker sauce.
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07/04/2012
Anonymous
Not Proportional

I made this exactly according to the recipe and I found it acceptable, but too much vinegar and lemon juice in proportion to the olive oil. Also, mine does not look anything like the picture on the website. I found I had to divide this in half and add some more more olive oil (and a touch of maple syrup).

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Garlic-Dijon Vinaigrette
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Anonymous wrote 17 weeks 4 days ago

I agree - too much vinegar

I agree - too much vinegar and lemon juice! I might try reducing both to 1/4 cup next time and maybe adding some honey or maple syrup as well.

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