Fig Balsamic Vinaigrette-Rich, Complex, Delicious. When you’re looking for the perfect vinaigrette- this is the ONE. With the perfect balance of sweet from the figs and tangy from the balsamic vinegar this is the most delicious and easy vinaigrette to make.
I am a salad girl . You can throw any kind of salad in front of me and I will dig in. However, no salad is complete without a good vinaigrette.
Creamy dressings such as Caesar is a favorite of mine, however, nothing beats a good vinaigrette. In times when I feel like treating myself and transforming salad from a burden to a pleasure, I make this legendary dressing. By adding just a tiny bit of extra effort and a secret ingredient to my usual homemade vinaigrette, I am getting so much flavor and richness of this vinaigrette. Making your own dressings its not just cheap but healthy and gives you full control over the amount of salt and sugar you consume.
How to use the dressing:
This dressing will be fantastic on any of your favorite salads. I like to use it on Mexican Volcano Beet Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette. This vinaigrette is good with quinoa, arugula or spinach.
- Amazing flavor
- Healthy and Low Fat
- Simple Ingredients list
- No Dairy, No Sugar
- The perfect combination of rich, complex, and delicious
What I love most about this dressing is the unique way it can be used: to serve it as a sauce over a grilled chicken.
How to Store the vinaigrette:
What I also love about this dressing is that you can make a lot and store it in the tight lid containers in the fridge for up to 3-4 weeks. If you find the oil starts to separate out from the dressing, give it a vigorous shake for 1-2 minutes before using it to re-emulsify the ingredients.
Fig Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Place all ingredients in into a food processor or if you using emergency blender put into tall container or meagering cup and blended for a 1-2 minutes until smooth.