Old Bay Vinaigrette

This turned out much better than I had anticipated! It was the star of my grilled shrimp and spinach salad with homemade croutons.

I plan on using this dressing on salmon, and I know this would be yummy if I tossed raw shrimp in the dressing and then grilled them.

Anyway, back to the salad and the dressing.

I could have just used the old bay on my shrimp and used just a basic oil and vinegar dressing but making the dressing with the old bay as the main ingredient just put the entire salad over the top of amazing!

Simple to make too.

½ cup white vinegar

¾ cup oil, I used avocado, it’s my new favorite oil!

2 teaspoons of Old Bay

Light dash of salt and pepper if needed

I put these in a mason jar and shake, and the magic is done.


Dijon Vinaigrette

I was looking for something a little different for my salad dressing, something other than my usual balsamic vinaigrette.

I thought I would try something with a little more kick from the Dijon mustard, so I just did a Dijon mustard dressing.

This would be delicious on a salad with grilled chicken.

I just poured everything in a jar, then shake.

Dijon Vinaigrette

1 tablespoon Dijon mustard

¾ cup extra virgin olive oil

¼ cup white vinegar

Fresh thyme, remove leaves from 3 sprigs

Salt and pepper

Dash of sugar