8 Salad Dressings You'll Want to Make Forever

Serve cooked green beans or sliced tomatoes with this basil salad dressing. Alternatively, mix it into a grain salad to add a hint of vibrant summer taste.

Basil Vinaigrette

This simple homemade Italian dressing comes up quickly and keeps in the refrigerator for up to a week. Cleaning up is a breeze because you can prepare and store the dressing in the same jar.

Easy Homemade Italian Dressing

Julia Child recommends using good-quality vinegar and oil for her straightforward Sauce Vinaigrette recipe because their tastes will come through.

Julia Child's Sauce Vinaigrette

Adobo sauce and canned chipotle peppers add a flavorful touch of smokiness and heat to our traditional ranch dressing. Have an excess of peppers? Keep them from being wasted!

Chipotle Ranch Dressing

Orange juice adds a natural sweetness to this adaptable citrus salad dressing, counteracting the acidic taste of lemon juice. Use as a mayo substitute in cole slaw or as a dressing for winter greens tossed

Citrus Vinaigrette

Retain the pickle juice! This simple vinaigrette goes nicely with steamed potatoes and carrots, as well as salad greens. Its base is a salty-sour brine.

Garlicky Pickle-Juice Vinaigrette

The ingredients of this vibrant and zesty green goddess dressing are creamy avocado, tart buttermilk, and fresh herbs. The flavor of anchovy paste is delicious.

Green Goddess Dressing

This simple dressing's roasted-nut and citrus flavors complement Asian-style salads and dishes; try spreading it over grilled shrimp or chicken breast as well.

Sesame Tamari Vinaigrette