Honey-Roasted Almond Vinaigrette

With the onset of Spring, I have once again started making some of my favorite salad dressings that I insist on only making from the freshest of herbs – the ones that come right out of the garden!

For the above salad of field greens, tomatoes, goat cheese and herbs, I threw together the Honey-Roasted Almond Vinaigrette!

Honey-Roasted Almond Vinaigrette

2 tbsp honey

10 tbsp olive oil

juice from 1 lemon

1/2 cup honey-roasted almonds, roughly chopped

salt and pepper to taste

Place all the vinaigrette ingredients (except salt and pepper) in a screw-top jar. Shake vigorously! Taste to determine how much salt and pepper to add. Shake again. Serve immediately or keep in fridge 3-4 days.



Filed under Food, Recipes

6 responses to “Honey-Roasted Almond Vinaigrette

  1. I love fresh, homemade salad dressings, and this one sounds delicious!

  2. Thanks for this recipe… sounds fabulous!!!


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  6. Karen

    Very, very nice recipe – thank’s for sharing it :-).

    Greetings from Denmark


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