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My Speciality Clean-Eating Balsamic Honey Dijon Vinaigrette A.k.a. The-Reason-I-Developed-a-Salad-Ob


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My Speciality Clean-Eating Balsamic Honey Dijon Vinaigrette A.k.a. The-Reason-I-Developed-a-Salad-Ob


Mustard and honey make a great combination with EVOO and balsamic vinegar for a honey mustard dressing perfect for any occasion. Try adding some mayo as an emulsifier to keep the vinaigrette a smooth dressing.


Celebrate summer with the ultimate Peach Burrata Salad! Featuring grilled peaches with sweet raspberries, rich burrata, meaty prosciutto, peppery arugula, crunchy almonds, and a silky honey balsamic vinaigrette. Light and refreshing yet seriously satisfying, this stone fruit salad requires just 10 minutes of prep and 8 simple ingredients. Makes the perfect side salad or summer entrée!


DressingsAll made in-house!balsamic vinaigrette creamy chipotle caesar sun-dried tomato vinaigrette honey mustard orange honey yogurt mango ranch garlic hemp poppy seed


Next, I cooked a ton of chicken, each with different versions of the marinade, until I found the one that worked. The smoky marinade for the chicken here is basically a brine that adds just the right amount of saltiness and flavor through osmosis, so be sure not to let the chicken soak longer than specified. Of course, the lead performer in any salad is the dressing, since it is responsible for much of what you taste. The tangy balsamic vinaigrette is delicious with honey, Dijon mustard, garlic, and tarragon in there. You can make an easy emulsion out of it with a hand mixer. The best part is that you'll end up with leftover vinaigrette that you can use to make a couple more meal-size salads, and then some. Case closed. 1e1e36bf2d






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