Sweet Onion Vinaigrette Premium PD Recipe

Sweet Onion Vinaigrette - © ProtectiveDiet.com

This flavorful and slightly sweet oil-free full-bodied salad dressing was created to dress up any salad combination for under 100 calories per batch. You heard it right! Under 100 nutrient dense calories per 16 ounces of delicious restaurant quality dressing. Oil-based salad dressing is an empty calorie weight loss setback. With this recipe I have created a delicious solution to eliminate salad dressing sabotage. Sweet Onion Vinaigrette‘s satisfying flavor and texture will encourage you to pour it on heavy, while you enjoy more salads, increase antioxidant protection and speedup your progress on a Protective Diet.

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Comments (10)

  1. posted by linda stanley on December 1, 2015

    Day 1 on PD. So thankful for this delicious dressing that came together in minutes!

  2. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on November 3, 2015

    GREAT!! My new favorite! I have tried a few sweet onion salad dressings in my past and I was never really a fan so I was hesitant to try this one. But, all of the talk on PDL made me want to try it. I think because it’s made with red wine vinegar and no oil, it has a great taste! I actually slurped the left over dressing out of my salad bowl when I was done with my salad!!! 🙂 Thanks Julie! So easy to prepare too.

  3. posted by dianeb on October 12, 2015

    I really have never like the taste of dried onions or dried parsley and prefer to use fresh. Will you that work with your recipes as I notice u use alot of dried parsley and dried onions?

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 16, 2015

      You can substitute to suit your preference. In dressings the dried herbs give the flavors of traditional dressings. Many people do not like fresh herbs. I use both fresh and dried often in my recipes.

  4. posted by maria on September 25, 2015

    This is one of my favorite dressing! I made it with and without the erythritol and both turned out excellent! Everyone that has tried it has liked it.

  5. posted by Janice Price on September 8, 2015

    Yum! This is an excellent dressing…light, flavorful, and not too sweet. I made it in the morning and used it on a mixed green salad at dinnertime. I think it would be really delicious on a pasta or grain salad, too!

  6. posted by Susan on September 8, 2015

    How much water?

  7. posted by CJ on September 8, 2015

    I can’t wait to try this dressing. I’ve read it over about 6 times now and I just don’t see how it is going to make 16 ounces. What am I missing? I’ve read the ingredients, I’ve read the directions and I just don’t see how it adds up to 16 ounces. :S Somethings got to be missing.

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