The dressing is very simple.
3 Tbs lemon juice (or the juice of one lemon)
1 Tbs Dijon mustard
3 Tbs olive oil
Mix it all up and throw it on whatever salad you put together. I like this dressing because it's light and yummy and so different from everything that I have in my fridge. I put my chicken right into the dressing to soak up the flavor, because I hate when the dressing just runs down to the bottom. Blue cheese sprinkled on top would probably taste good if you like that sort of thing. I never have it in the house, so I use whatever I've got.
Of course with so simple of a recipe, I had to try to ruin it. As I tried to sprinkle in a bit of salt, I noticed that all the holes except one were clogged. I turned it right side up and started banging on it, when suddenly, the stopper in the bottom fell out and about 1/3 cup of salt landed right in my dressing. I thought I got it all out, but my salad was still a bit salty. Still good enough to eat though.
|I'm linking up with Homestead Revival for a recipe exchange.|
Right about the time I made this, Amy over at Homestead Revival mentioned having a dressing recipe exchange, so I saved this one until that was going. I'm so excited to see the different recipes because I'm getting a bit tired of the same old stuff around here. Check it out and share your salad dressing recipes!