This post may contain affiliate links.For more information, please see our affiliate policy.Dress up salads, sandwiches, and vegetables with this punchy Apple Cider Vinaigrette.
It’s easy to make with just pantry ingredients yet packed with apple cider flavor.This Apple Cider Vinaigrette is a simple, delicious dressing that highlights the key elements of a classic vinaigrette.Here, the fat is olive oil and in a ratio of 2:1, 2 parts oil to 1 part vinegar.
Once you learn this ratio, you can make any vinaigrette your heart desires.Just use half as much vinegar as olive oil, and you’ll be good.Dijon mustard is one of my favorite ingredients, and in dressings it is often the emulsifying agent.
But personally, I just love the flavor.Beyond the oli, vinegar, and mustard, you really only need salt.But in this dressing, I added a touch of sugar too, because I like to use this on coleslaws.
Feel free to leave it out if you don’t want it.Table of ContentsRecipe ingredientsIngredient notesInstructionsRecipe tips and variationsRecipe FAQsApple Cider Vinaigrette RecipeRecipe ingredients At a Glance: Here is a quick snapshot of what ingredients are in this recipe.Please see the recipe card below for specific quantities.
Ingredient notes Apple cider vinegar: For the best flavor, look for a raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar such as Bragg brand (that’s the one I always buy).Granulated sugar: Use less or omit entirely if desired.Dijon mustard: This