Delicious, simple, easy to prepare homemade dressings will help keep you on track for eating more salads this year.
If your goal is to eat more salads this year then learn to simplify the process.
Keep a well-stocked pantry and refrigerator to make meal prep a breeze. When purchasing your produce, look for fresh quality and seasonal items. These salads are made to be mix and matched so you can use the ingredients that you have available.
One of the things that we love to do is spice up our salads with our own homemade dressings. Glen loves the vinegar and oil and I love a Thousand Island Dressing.
Here are the recipes that we use.
Homemade Vinegar and Oil Dressing
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Favorite Mustard
- Raw Wild Natural Honey
- Freshly Ground Black Peppercorn
These are our favorite ingredients. Substitute your favorite cooking oil, vinegar, sweetener, and mustard.
The amount of each ingredient is to taste.
For one serving.
- Start with equal parts olive oil and vinegar about 2 tablespoons each.
- Add a small dab of mustard.
- Add about 1 teaspoon of honey.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
There are several ways to mix the vinegar and oil.
You can recycle a jar or a honey bottle and shake well.
For dinner parties, we like something that is easy to pass around the table and classy. We have found that the Whiskware by BlenderBottle works the best.
- The blender ball mixes the ingredients well and can be stored in the bottle with the ingredients to be used again.
- Looks great on the dinner table and is easy to pass around.
Check out what others are saying about the Whiskware.
Homemade Thousand Island Dressing
This recipe is our favorite classic Thousand Island dressing. It tastes so delicious that everyone who tries it loves it.
- 3 T of mayo per boiled egg
- 1 1/2 T-Ketchup
- 1/2 T-Sweet Relish
- Dice the egg
- Add Salt and Pepper to Taste.
- Mix all together.
- Makes one or two servings.
Substitute your favorite brands of Relish, Ketchup and Salad Dressing.
Remember; these salad dressings are for you, so adjust the proportions and ingredients to your tastes.