Simple Recipe for Champagne Vinaigrette | Fran Berger
And so easy to make: Dijon Mustard, sea salt, champagne vinegar, and olive oil. This recipe was handed down from one chef to another. Nobody really knows who created it, but it is a favorite, and because it’s so simple, it is also portable and quick to whip up at a moment’s notice.
All you need is some Dijon mustard, sea salt, champagne vinegar, and olive oil. When mixed together it becomes a perfect champagne vinaigrette that turns a simple salad into a perfect side for any meal. I recommend using just simple butter lettuce (my favorite) but it’s really perfect on any green. This dressing is so delicious that you need nothing else but a simple green as a vehicle.
Everything is done to taste but it will end up close to the basis for all vinaigrettes - 1 part vinegar to 3 parts olive oil. There aren’t any real measurements more than this guideline. Again, mix to suit your palette.
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