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French Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe

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Today's recipe is a link to something I found a few weeks ago.

We were looking for a recipe for home made French vinaigrette dressing. We have been using Le Martinique True French Vinaigrette Dressing, purchased in small bottles. We like that brand a lot, but, unfortunately, it's fairly expensive purchased locally or over the internet since the bottles are so small.

I found a page on that describes (with photos and a detailed narrative) a simple recipe for making a nice french vinaigrette dressing with shallots, red wine vinegar (or sherry), Dijon mustard, olive oil, sea salt, and herbs (chives). We found it to be quite tasty, and it only takes about two minutes to make (total prep time is about 12 minutes since you have to let the shallots marinate in the red wine vinegar and salt for 10 minutes before adding herbs).

If you read the recipe, the narrative and photos might give the impression that it's a complicated recipe. Fear not! Just scroll down to the bottom of the narrative, and there's a simple recipe that you can snip and use.

So, without further ado, here's the French Vinaigrette Recipe.

Zip on over there and check it out. We'll be here when you get back!

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About me

I'm Mike. I'm LowCarbForLife's (Teri's) hubby. I manage the LowCarbCompatible™ web site, among many other things. I don't follow a strict diet but I do follow LowCarbForLife's way of eating most of the time, since we eat together (and I cook most of the time).

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