Looking for the perfect dairy-free, egg-free, and vegan salad dressing recipe? You've come to the right place!
Is it possible to have the perfect green salad without the perfect salad dressing? Store-bought salad dressings are nearly always full of little more than oil and high-fructose corn syrup. If you love store-bought vegan salad dressing, making your own at home is a bargain and easy to do.
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Classic salad dressings: French, Thousand Island, Ceasar, Italian
Most classic American salad dressings can easily be veganized, even Caesar dressing. Who can really taste the anchovies anyways? Use a dairy-free vegan mayonnaise in creamy dressings, or browse a few of these classics below:
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Basic Balsamic and other Vinaigrettes
A basic balsamic vinaigrette is probably the easiest vegan dressing to whip and keep on hand, but as these recipes below prove, they don't have to be boring.
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Fat-free vegan salad dressings
No sense making a healthy green salad, then smothering it with a fat-laden unhealthy or sugary dressing! Here's a few fat-free dressings to keep your salads healthy and light:Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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After apple pie, baseball and complaining about politicians, ranch dressing is next on the list of the most American things ever. Yes, it is milky and creamy, but you can indeed make a decent vegan and dairy-free version at home.
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Asian-inspired dressings: Miso, soy, ginger
Soy sauce, lime, miso, and ginger can all add fat-free flavor to a dressing, and sesame oil is a nice change from the usual olive oil. Here are a few Asian-inspired dressings to try:
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