Ingredients5 m servings 180
- Place olive oil, vinegar, honey, salt, onion, and Dijon mustard in a blender; blend until well mixed. Stir poppy seeds into olive oil mixture.
Per Serving: 180 calories; 17 7.7 0.3 0 84 Full nutrition
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The only "change" I made was I didn't put it in a blender . I put all the ingredients in a jar and shook it to mix everything. Easy to make and tastes pretty good.
15 June 2016 - Used agave instead of honey and a mix of vinegars: white, apple cider and balsamic. I added a bit more vinegar and agave as it tasted a bit too oily for me. Also used a small...
This was good, but I discovered I prefer sugar as the sweetener rather than honey.
This was one of two salad dressings I made for our tossed salad on Christmas Day, 2017. It wasn't as creamy as what I had hoped, but was still tasty. Next time, I may reduce the volume of poppy ...
I AM IN LOVE!!! This is one of the best dressings I've ever tasted and it was so easy to make with ingredients I already had on hand!
I did not have any honey so I used 1/4 cup of sugar. This is simple to make. Tastes delicious. No need to buy expensive, prepared salad dressing from the store.
So yummy! I followed the recipe but didn’t have honey and used coconut sugar instead. Loved it just the way it is!
I made this exactly as written and poured it over a big bowl of fruit salad, let it marinate and thoroughly enjoyed! It's a wonderfully light dressing that let's the fruit shine through.