Combine Neutral and Strong Oils for More Flavorful Salad Dressings

When making an amazing vinaigrette , you may need extra virgin olive oil first, but a mixture of neutral and strong oils can give you the best flavor.

Use a neutral-tasting oil (such as canola or vegetable oil) to chop up the brighter-tasting oil (walnuts, toasted sesame seeds). Cutting with a neutral and often cheaper oil helps you get more out of these expensive and stronger oils. You will get a more consistent flavor as olive oil is often herbal to peppery. Regardless of which type of oil you use, make sure the ratio is three parts oil to one part vinegar .

How to make a vinaigrette | Bon appetit


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