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Raspberry Vinaigrette

Looking for recipes for raspberry vinaigrettes? Taste of Home has the best raspberry vinaigrette recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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"I simply love this creamy, fresh-tasting dressing! It’s so quick to assemble and adds a summery gourmet touch when drizzled over a salad. I often serve it with lettuce or fresh spinach tossed with sliced strawberries and sugared almonds," suggests Kendra Stoller in Kouts, Indiana.
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"I simply love this creamy, fresh-tasting dressing! It’s so quick to assemble and adds a summery gourmet touch when drizzled over a salad. I often serve it with lettuce or fresh spinach tossed with sliced strawberries and sugared almonds," suggests Kendra Stoller in Kouts, Indiana.

Sweet 'n' Sour Raspberry Vinaigrette

Sweet 'n' Sour Raspberry Vinaigrette

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when making this sweet dressing from Betty Miller of Angola, Indiana, figure on 2 tablespoons of dressing for each 1-cup serving of salad greens.

Raspberry Vinaigrette

Raspberry Vinaigrette

Raspberry Vinaigrette

Debbie's salad dressing recipe—combined, as she suggests, with her Raspberry Vinegar (see "Recipe Finder") —can also be taken to your next church potluck or neighborhood gathering, or simply served to your family. Wherever it goes, it's tangy taste is sure to please.
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Dijon Raspberry Vinaigrette

Dijon Raspberry Vinaigrette

Dijon Raspberry Vinaigrette

My family loves this light fruity dressing anytime of year. I especially like to make it in the summer as an alternative to heavy cream-based dressings.

Chicken Broth Raspberry Vinaigrette

Chicken Broth Raspberry Vinaigrette

Chicken Broth Raspberry Vinaigrette

This fruity salad dressing gets its beautiful rich red color from raspberries. A hint of Dijon mustard gives it just the right touch of tartness. Field editor Dorothy Smith from El Dorado, Arkansas shared the recipe.
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