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Use this Honey Lime Vinaigrette recipe as a marinade for grilled chicken or seafood, or as a dressing for your subsequent salad. Fresh and scrumptious!

 

 

I do not know about you, but I’m prepared to get back in the salad once more. Despite the fact that soup truly is a single of my g0-to preferred techniques to fill up (any time of the year), salads are higher up on the list as properly (if you have been reading my weblog for a when then you possibly know how substantially I like salad by now!).

Clearly fresh salad components are critical when receiving back into the salad generating mood. For me, the salad dressing is equally critical. Despite the fact that I do sometimes choose up a bottle of dressing from the shop,  I obtain that I am far more into consuming salads when I make my personal dressing at dwelling. It tastes far better that is for positive and as soon as you get back into the habit of generating them, they actually are straightforward as can be.

 

Use this Honey, Garlic and Lime Vinaigrette as a marinade for grilled chicken or seafood, or a dressing for your next salad. Fresh and delicious!

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How do you shop homemade vinaigrette?

This is possibly a single of the most asked inquiries I’ve come across when it comes to homemade salad dressings. It is most effective to shop homemade dressing in a sealed container in the refrigerator. I like to use up my salad dressing inside three-four days when it is fresh, but it really should be fine refrigerated up to a week.

Constantly shake up the dressing in the container to mix up the components properly ahead of serving. If oil solidifies when in the fridge (occasionally oil can do that when it is cold), just let it sit out a bit to get to area temperature and shake it up properly. 

I like to use little jelly jars to make and shop my vinaigrettes in. You can obtain them at Target or Walmart and typically at hardware retailers as well. Of course, you can appear on Amazon as properly.

You could very easily use this vinaigrette as a marinade for chicken or to drizzle more than broiled fish and serve with Cilantro Lime Vegetables and Fiesta Lime Rice for a light meal.

 

 

Use this Honey, Garlic and Lime Vinaigrette as a marinade for grilled chicken or seafood, or a dressing for your next salad. Fresh and delicious!

 

This homemade citrus dressing is assured to get you back into the salad generating mood once more, it truly will. And if you are in a component of the nation that is cold and covered in snow, I guarantee it will brighten up any winter blues that may well be beginning to settle in.

Even though you are at it, add this Clementine Vinaigrette and Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette on your list to attempt.

Delight in!

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Components

  • 1/four cup fresh lime juice
  • 1/four cup olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 garlic clove, pressed or finely minced
  • pinch coarse salt and pepper

Directions

  1. Add all components into a jar. Shake till combined.
Honey Lime & Garlic Vinaigrette - an explosion of fresh, citrus flavors great for all your summer salads.

(Disclosure: Despite the fact that I have worked with Harry &amp David in the previous, this post is not sponsored by them, nor was I asked to create it for them. My recipe was inspired by a recipe card incorporated in a box of fruit that I received as a present from them.)

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