Seemed a little oily but I liked the sweetness of the honey. I think it would be best with a salad that has fruit - strawberries, peaches, pears, etc. The calories are obviously calculated incorrectly. My Fitness Pal put it at 77 calories per tablespoon.
A must for the Strawberry salad recipe. Great blend of flavors!
I've made this twice now, the first time with dried herbs, the second with fresh. It is MUCH better with fresh herbs. I also cut the recipe by 3/4 as it doesn't keep long at all. It complements the Spring Salad well, and I agree that one could probably do with less than 2T - the Spring Salad recipe actually calls for 1/4 cup divided among 4 servings. And the fat content may be high, but it is healthy fat and 80 calories isn't much for 1T dressing, considering. Now that I've rediscovered this recipe I may well keep it on the regular rotation.
Woah! Cooking Light--what the heck?!? Yes, of course it's delicious...but over 17 grams of fat for 2 tablespoons! How is recipe possibly considered light or remotely healthy?
This is one of the best dressings I've ever made. It also keeps nicely for later use. Can also use regular honey if you don't have the sunflower honey.
Quick and easy and doesn't disappoint. It is very flavorful and you don't need much. I too cut my recipe in half as 1 2/3 cup seemed like a lot of dressing.
Excellent. Makes a lot of dressing- I usually cut it in half.
Great dressing!!! Very easy to make, just mix it up. I took it to a dinner party, it was a big hit. Even my friend who doesn't generally care for sweetness really liked it and asked for the recipe to replace her regular homemade dressing. I didn't have any chives on hand, so I used leeks instead. The calorie count is a little high, especially compared to the light chanpagne dressing I usually use, but this is VERY flavorful, so I can probably use less. Definitely will make again.