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It'll feel like spreading jam on your salad. Recipe here.
Use a crunchy peanut butter to add extra texture to your dressing. Recipe here.
A bottle of apple cider vinegar will go a long way, starting with this classic vinaigrette. Recipe here.
A creamy dressing to drench over your green bowl. Recipe here.
The best part about dressing recipes is that gathering ingredients is the hardest part. After that, it's just a matter of dumping them into a blender (or a mason jar), and hitting a button. Recipe here.
Nothing like a light, zesty greek dressing to optimize a crunchy salad (and get some use out of all those herbs hanging out in your spice cabinet). Recipe here.
And if you're out of apple cider vinegar, white balsamic vinegar will work just as well. Recipe here.
There's something about salads served at sushi joints that's perfectly sweet and just a little bit addictive. Now you can have it at home, without the sushi bill. Recipe here.
Tangy AND sweet. Recipe here.
Don't be surprised if this rich and sweet dressing makes you crave seconds and thirds of iceberg lettuce. Recipe here.
Just three tablespoons of yogurt subdues tartness and gives this standard balsamic dressing a thicker texture. Recipe here.
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