This simple, one-bowl salad is my go-to for a fast, healthy, scratch-made salad dressing. Salad dressings are one of the very best things to make from scratch, eliminating unnecessary stabilizers and emulsifiers found in store-bought bottles.
Easy, homemade salad dressing recipe
I usually make my dressings from scratch, but I also get lazy. My favorite tip came from our dear friend Roland at Justa Pasta: Make your dressing in the bowl.
1) Drizzle organic olive oil in a bowl.
2) Add a crushed clove of garlic, drizzle of balsamic vinegar and pinch of salt.
3) Whisk together.
4) Add greens and toss to coat.
5) Add your favorite toppings. I top with a shaving of Manchego cheese and toasted pine nuts.
Author Lee Carson is a writer, health advocate, principal and co-founder at Hyatt Training. She believes in a minimally processed whole-foods approach to nutrition, and loves sharing ways to use food and movement as catalysts and tools for optimal health. Learn more about Lee, or get in touch with her by emailing us at Go@HyattTraining.com.
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