Sandy's Lemon Vinaigrette
My family generally likes salads. It's a great way to mix up different kinds of leafy greens and serve with dinner.
So many of the salad dressings I like are not that good for me.
And Brennan just eats his salad plain because he doesn't like vinegar-y tasting dressings. They're too overpowering for him. But really. Who wants to eat a salad without a little something on it?
So I've been looking for ways to make up some dressing at home, something light without a lot of extra ingredients.
I have a whole batch of delicious sounding vinaigrettes to try, but I started with Sandy's Lemon Vinaigrette.
Sandy, who is a health coach and natural foods chef, served this vinaigrette on a green salad when I took her cooking classes this spring. If you're local, you should really check out her classes this fall!
I liked it because it was light, customizable with the herbs you can choose to add, and tasted great.
I mixed this one up before I started dinner one night, and let it chill in the fridge.
We used it for several meals.
I had fresh chives on hand, so I added them to this dressing.
You can use any fresh herbs you have though - and the fresh herbs are optional.
It really make a difference with a big plate of green salad.
Not much else was needed!
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Enjoy Your Veggies!