Simple Honey Dijon Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe
This Honey Dijon Vinaigrette Dressing is super easy and ready in only five minutes. This dressing goes perfectly with salads, wraps, vegetables or as a marinade for meat!
It's no secret that I'm a big fan of homemade dressings and spices. Often I do not only want / need a small amount for a prescription and I hate buying a huge bottle in the supermarket. Enter this super easy dressing that makes half a cup and uses basic ingredients for the pantry. I like how simple (done in just five minutes, hello) and delicious is this recipe for a simple honey dijon vinaigrette dressing and how it can be used in all ways. Personally, I like to use this honey mustard vinaigrette in salads, wraps, over vegetables or as a marinade for meat. I hope you love this homemade vinaigrette dressing and find a variety of uses in the kitchen! However, if you need ideas, I have included some great recipes for you to try on dressing. Have fun!
What you need to make honey mustard vinaigrette dressing
The kitchen utensils you need to prepare honey dijon vinaigrette dressing are:
- A small mason jar with a lid or a small bowl: Personally, I love to use a mason jar for this homemade vinaigrette dressing recipe. I love that I can combine, prepare and store the dressing in a glass. Of course, if you do not have a preserving jar or you do not want to use one, you can use the bowl and whisk method and keep any remaining dressings in a container of your choice.
- A whisk or a fork (optional): All you need is a bowl to combine your ingredients. If you use a mason jar you do not need a fork or a whisk. Instead, you can just shake the glass.
- Measuring cup and spoon
The ingredients you need for a homemade vinaigrette dressing are:
- olive oil
- Dijon mustard
- salt and pepper
- Apple Cider Vinegar
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This honey mustard vinaigrette dressing can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. If you want to use the dressing, be sure to shake well to bring the ingredients together. For this reason, I like to use a mason jar for this homemade dressing as it can be made and then stored in the same container. Of course, also a storage container made of glass or plastic works.
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Recipe ideas for this dressing
I love to use this homemade vinaigrette dressing for a variety of recipes. I think the best way to use this dressing is salads, wraps, vegetables or a marinade for meat (it works bomb with chicken). These are just a few great recipes that you can try or combine with this honey mustard vinaigrette.
I hope you LOVE this recipe for honey dijon vinaigrette dressing and find countless great ways to add it to your kitchen!
Thank you for sharing!
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