Vermont Maple Salad Dressing is a wonderful tasting salad dressing!
In fact, Maple Salad Dressing is one of my family’s favorite dressings and sure to become one of yours. The maple syrup lends a wonderful subtle sweetness and a hint of maple flavoring that not only goes great on your salad but makes a great marinade for meat, or flavor enhancer for rice dishes. It is very easy-to-make and so much fresher tasting than store bought dressings. You should give this recipe a try and see how delicious it is.
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In a blender or food processor, combine maple syrup, salt, rice vinegar, olive oil, and ground mustard. Whirl 1 minute or until well mixed.
Store, covered, in the refrigerator.
Serve at room temperature.
Yields 2 cups.
* This Maple Salad Dressing requires that you use a top-quality grade of maple syrup. If you use an inferior grade, you will end up with a thin dressing that does not cling to your greens. Look for a bottle of maple syrup that lists pure maple syrup as its only ingredient.
The shelf-life for maple syrup in a unopened sealed container is over one year. The shelf-life for maple syrup after initial opening is about six months in the refrigerator.
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