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Homemade Deliciously Yummy Salad Dressings

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Homemade Deliciously Yummy Salad Dressings

If you enjoy eating a salad with your dinner every night, there’s one thing that can help you and your family from getting tired of them. What is it? Variety.

Change the cheeses, the nuts, the greens, add some fruit and the one thing that can make or break your salad – the salad dressing.

Homemade salad dressings taste better!

Store brands are often watered down with, water and other cheap ingredients like corn syrup, thickeners and fillers.

Homemade Deliciously Yummy Salad Dressings

Try these exciting deliciously yummy salad dressings and you will have a whole new flavor profile.

Herbed Goat Cheese and Pear Dressing

Fresh butter leaf lettuce is topped with fresh juicy sweet pear slices, creamy avocado slices, pecans, dried fruit, tangy goat cheese crumbles all mixed and dressed with a Herbed Goat Cheese and Pear Dressing.

Sesame Ginger Dressing

A sesame ginger dressing can be purchased, but homemade is always better.

Sesame ginger dressing is easy to make and has lots of Asia of flavor.

It’s a creamy salad dressing that is made with tahini, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and rice wine vinegar.

You’ll love it poured over your leafy greens, coleslaw and Asian noodle salads.

Use your homemade Sesame Ginger Dressing with theses salads:

Basil Chickpea Miso Vinaigrette

Red Pear and French Bean Salad

Drizzle this Basil Chickpea Miso Vinaigrette over sliced tomatoes or cooked green beans.

Or toss it with this delicious Red Pear and French Bean Salad.

Apple Maple Vinaigrette

You need this Apple Maple Vinaigrette in your salad dressing arsenal.  It is the perfect combination of sweet and sour to appease all taste buds.

It’s a fast and easy dressing to make.

A few simple ingredients that will liven up any salad blend of leafy greens, fresh or dried fruit, nuts and cheese.

Like these salads:

Try these salads that don’t include leafy greens but do have a homemade dressing.

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