This is my own creation. I came up with it tonight and have done no prior research to find something similar. Also, a quick search on Allrecipes.com, my favorite cooking website, yields no recipes like it. Yay! It’s a Me original! 🙂
Honey Lime Vinaigrette
As per my usual, I didn’t measure anything. I tried to get about a 1:1 ratio for vinegar and olive oil, with the lime and honey to taste.
- Light honey – I recently purchased some honey made from Orange Blossoms from the Bar Bell Bee Ranch in Squaw Lake, MN. Very light and delicate in flavor, quite sweet and, surprise surprise, a little orangey!
- Lime juice
- Olive oil
- Apple cider vinegar
- Pour 1 part olive oil to 1 part apple cider vinegar in to a sealable jar.
- Add a good helping of honey and lime juice. Shake it!
- Taste it and add more honey if it needs more sweetness, or more lime if it needs more acid. Play around until you like it.
I spooned some over swiss chard (from my first trip to a farmer’s market) and Gorgonzola cheese (left over from our anniversary dinner). Look at me, I’m all fancy and stuff! Oh! I just reminded myself that I have TOMATOES in my garden and they’re RIPE! They will go very nicely with my new dressing. I’m off to go pick some!