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Lemon Honey Salad Dressing

Happy Friday! Hopefully you had a busy & productive week. I have been traveling a whole lot. A few days in Telluride. A few days in Beaver Creek. A few days in Vail. A busy gal has gotta keep on her toes!

I developed quite a few new recipes this week, a few of which use this Lemon Honey Salad Dressing. I figured this was worthy of it’s own blog post because I will be referring to it often. I wanted to keep things simple for you to find the recipe when you need it.

Besides, it tastes amazing.

 

Lemon Honey Salad Dressing | MarlaMeridith.com

 

I love salad dressings that have the perfect balance of flavors. Here sweet & savory combine.

Citrus & honey are meant to be married.

 

Lemon Honey Salad Dressing | MarlaMeridith.com

 

That can be easily done when you shake them up with olive oil, sea salt and some black pepper.

This is a light dressing that can be used on many recipes. I will be sharing a quinoa salad & a few other delicious recipes in the upcoming weeks that incorporate this dressing.

 

Lemon Honey Salad Dressing | MarlaMeridith.com

 

I’m sure it will be a favorite in the warmer months as well! I’m curious as to how you will incorporate this into your recipes.

Think out of the box. It would make a great marinade for chicken, tofu & a slew of things.

 

Lemon Honey Salad Dressing | MarlaMeridith.com

 

Enjoy!

 

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~ Marla Meridith

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40 thoughts on “Lemon Honey Salad Dressing

  1. Marla, this looks delicious and so pretty! I would definitely bottle this one up as a food gift for someone special (although I’d have to save some for myself too, lol!). Cheers!
    Melissa
    PS: Thank you for the link to my homemade food gift idea for a Hot Wing Salad Dressing as well!

    1. Hi there! I purchased a set of these bottles a few years ago & canon remember where from. I will give a shout on Facebook later to see if anyone knows where to find them 🙂

  2. This is one of my favorite type of salad dressings. Simple is the best route for dressings, in my opinion. I love the way lemon brightens up the flavor of any dish, so you are right, this would be great used in many different ways. 🙂

  3. This may be a silly question, but do you have to refrigerate this dressing, or leave it out? Can’t wait to try!

    Just found your blog (through pinterest), and love it! I especially love your love of CO! Lived for almost three years in Montrose, so when I saw your barn pics from there, I knew I would like you. 😉 I have a good friend up in Telluride, and got to visit last summer. Look forward to following your blog!

      1. oh okay, in the above comment you mentioned it needed to be refrigerated because it had dairy in it, so I was confused. thanks!

        1. Ohhhhhh. Good eye Lauren. I just edited that comment. The dressing should be refrigerated to keep it fresh….but certainly no dairy.

  4. Tasted a honey lemon vinaigrette at a restaurant and I’m trying to recreate. This recipe sounds tasty, but how much salt and pepper should be used?

  5. Hi! I use a similar combo as my “go to” dressing too! It adds flavor without masking the salad itself. I like to add garlic, because I love it so. A lot or a little, whatever your preference, is delicious with the honey and lemon flavors, and plenty of cracked black pepper. Fresh veggies never tasted so good!