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When it comes to salad, it’s all about the dressing – and homemade dressings are always better than store-bought. These are all good enough to eat with a spoon.
This classic oil and vinegar dressing is easy to make and the whole family loves it. A few surprise ingredients make it sing.
Cool, creamy, tangy and garlicky, this homemade ranch dressing tastes so much better than the bottled stuff. Try it over a crispy romaine salad or as a dip for chicken wings.
A little tangy, a little salty, and a whole lot delicious, this dressing is basically a “drizzle-able” version of my popular creamy whipped feta dip.
I love Chipotle’s Chipotle-Honey Vinaigrette so I came up with this copycat version — it tastes almost identical to the original.
Tangy and a touch sweet, this is a great all-purpose vinaigrette. The secret is a spoonful of Dijon mustard, which acts as an emulsifier and makes the dressing nice and thick.
There are many versions of Caesar salad dressing, but this is the one my whole family loves. It’s not too garlicky and not too fishy — it’s just right.
Cool, creamy, and flecked with fresh herbs, green goddess dressing is wonderful on salads or served as a dip.
Russian dressing is not only good for salad — it complements pretty much any deli sandwich and makes a delicious burger topper or dip for fried seafood.
You can whisk up this all-purpose vinaigrette in minutes, and it’s good on almost any salad.