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    I use one part White Balsamic Vinegar (I never use the black stuff...too strong) and three parts olive oil, a few drops of lemon juice and a tiny bit of honey. I add a few drops of sesame seed oil if I want an asian flavor.

    Another kind is I use peanut butter, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, and scallions to create a yummy asian dressing.

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    I'm never quite satisfied with my home made dressings. Then again, nothing beats just plain oil and vinegar on a salad.
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    Oil and vinegar, salt and pepper and some chives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I'm never quite satisfied with my home made dressings. Then again, nothing beats just plain oil and vinegar on a salad.
    have you tried adding sugar or honey to it?

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    The first vinigaigrette I've made was this one.

    http://sfgourmet.blogspot.com/2005/0...king-beef.html

    It's for meat... ^_^ I'm not sure about the recipe as the amount of vinagrette was maybe too much but it was good regardless.

    I've also been making vinagrettes with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhenjiang_Vinegar, which is very similar to a balsamic. It's got a fairly unique flavor beyond that. I use it for any application that requires balsamic when I don't have it.

    Black rice vinegar is quite tasty on it's own and people are know to use it as a drinking vinegar.

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