Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of vinaigrette.

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Examples

  • In Puebla, pickled vegetables are popular, though a wide variety of other foods, from quail eggs to pigs 'feet, are prepared in vinaigrettes.

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  • All these concentrated vinegars are used in the same way as perfumed ammonia, that is, by pouring three or four drachms into an ornamental "smelling" bottle, previously filled with crystals of sulphate of potash, which forms the "sel de vinaigre" of the shops; or upon sponge into little silver boxes, called vinaigrettes, from their

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  • It is also widely adaptable, lending warmth to vinaigrettes especially ones with a dash of mustard, new life to pureed vegetable soups and a toasty presence to baked goods.

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  • Use it at home in vinaigrettes, Mr. Magazino advises.

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  • Dried oregano and dried tarragon for flavored vinegars and vinaigrettes and dry rubs for meat and fish

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  • I loved most, and think our clients are looking for the dishes with lighter sauces and side accompaniments - grains, vegetable medleys, vinaigrettes, chimmichuri, etc.

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  • Small Change Defat-Your-Dressing Tips 1. Opt for vinaigrettes more often than creamy dressings.

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  • You might buy a less expensive but often less flavorful virgin olive oil for cooking and invest in the pricier and more flavorful virgin or extra-virgin oils for using in vinaigrettes or drizzling over steamed veggies.

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  • Add Dijon mustard to vinaigrettes, or horseradish to creamy dressings.

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  • Oven-roasted vegetables, vinaigrettes, risottos, soups, and eggs are only a few examples of such recipes.

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