Many salad dressings are primarily a combination of oil and vinegar, plus other flavours.
Some dressing recipes, however, use sweetness in place of oil to lower the overall fat content.
I’ve used this no-oil ‘3 2 1 dressing*’ a few times and really enjoy it:
- three parts basalmic vinegar
- two parts mustard
- one part maple syrup.
Alternatives to maple syrup in other (vinegar + sweetness) dressings include blended fruit, agave nectar and rice syrup.
*3 2 1 dressing is a generic label for a salad dressing that combines three, two and one parts of different ingredients. Another would be thee parts oil; two parts vinegar; one part sugar.
Oyster mushrooms, grown on log-like blocks, at the local Farmers Market
- Breakfast: red bean paste with ice cream
- Lunch: vege pie and noodles with seafood dumplings
- Dinner: roast root vegetables (purple sweet potato, orange sweet potato, pumpkin) with broccoli and 3 2 1 dressing
- Other: dried fruit chips – mango, banana, jackfruit, pineapple; coffee
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