Our 8 Most Popular Vinaigrette Recipes

Julia Child recommends using good-quality vinegar and oil for her straightforward Sauce Vinaigrette recipe because their tastes will come through.

Julia Child's Sauce Vinaigrette

Although vinaigrettes typically have an acid-to-oil ratio of 1 to 2, changing it to 1 to 1½ results in a dressing that has more taste and less calories.

Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette

Orange juice adds a natural sweetness to this adaptable citrus salad dressing, counteracting the acidic taste of lemon juice.

Citrus Vinaigrette

This is a fantastic, versatile salad dressing. Dijon mustard pairs well with somewhat bitter greens like radicchio, chicory, escarole, or Belgian endive

Honey-Mustard Vinaigrette

This recipe for fresh herb vinaigrette dressing tastes delicious whether paired with cold pasta salads or blended with mixed greens.

Herb Vinaigrette

This zesty lemon-mint vinaigrette is perfect as a dressing for mixed green salads or grain salads with fresh fruit, such quinoa or freekah.

Mint Vinaigrette

It's easy to make a delicious and healthful homemade salad dressing by just tossing a few ingredients in a jar.

Honey-Mustard Vinaigrette with Lemon