A simple, versatile, healthy vinaigrette that pairs with many different salads, vegetables, grains and legumes.
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Orange Cider Vinaigrette
SHAKE all ingredients together vigorously in a glass jar with the lid on.
TASTE and adjust seasoning.
SERVE with salads, mixed baby greens, steamed vegetables, grains & legumes bowls.
STORE in a glass jar in the fridge, bring to room temperature and shake well before using
** VEGAN + LOW FODMAP use maple syrup, not honey.
ADD chopped fresh herbs – I love Rosemary in this dressing.
DRESS salad leafy greens just before serving so they maintain their crispness and don’t get soggy.
SERVE alongside your salad drizzling a teaspoon or so over what you are going to eat.
STIR through warm legumes and grains to brighten their flavour