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Lemon Maple Vinaigrette – My All Time Favorite Salad Dressing!

This is my absolute FAVORITE salad dressing of all time!!! If you take anything from my recipe blog posts, take this one!! It goes well with anything and I feel no shame admitting to you that I literally lick my plate when I finish my salad it’s so good.

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This recipe has been on my list to blog about for SUCH a long time, and I figure with everyone cooking so much right now is the perfect time to share it! When I bring this dressing with me to gatherings, people ALWAYS want to know the recipe. I feel really cool saying that I made it from scratch AND that there’s no sugar – only organic maple syrup – that gives it that yummy tartness. I can’t take credit however, because my mom taught it to me after she learned it from her favorite cookbook With Love, From Cynthia. 

Lemon Maple Vinaigrette

But I love this recipe so much that I like to make a lot of it at a time so I can enjoy it for days. So my recipe is actually a quadrupled version of my mom’s, so if you want to make a small batch first to see if you like it, hop over to her site!

1 cup canola oil * 1/2 cup maple syrup * juice of 4 lemons * 4 teaspoons salt * 6-8 cloves crushed garlic * fresh ground pepper to taste

Add all the ingredients together, shake it up, enjoy! I keep mine for a week or two in the fridge. The garlic and lemon smell will let you know when it’s time to make a fresh batch.

For a real simple meal, pour over baked chicken and kale and add some parmesan cheese on top! Also goes well with arugula. I mean honestly it goes well with anything. It could maybe also be a really great marinade? I’m not sure because I’ve never tried it, but if you do let me know! Enjoy!

Lemon Maple Vinaigrette

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