What really brings life to a salad is the dressing. A good dressing can transform boring greens into a tasty side dish or be the focal point of an entire meal. The dressing gives a salad a classic creamy flavor or a sweet ethnic flare. The best part? You don’t have to settle for store-bought salad dressings with more ingredients than you can count! Make your own at home with these simple salad dressings using honey.
Want a little bite to your salad? Try this tangy Honey Mustard Salad Dressing from Sue Bee Honey. It only takes five minutes to make!
About Food shares a sweet and zesty Balsamic Honey Salad Dressing that is easy to make ahead or as needed.
This recipe for Sue Bee’s Honey Jalapeno Salad Dressing creates a harmonious blend of sweet and spicy with a creamy consistency.
Another rich salad dressing recipe is this Creamy Avocado Dressing from Around My Family Table. This topping may also be used to drizzle on sandwiches or as a vegetable dip.
Sue Bee’s Honey-Lemon Salad Dressing let’s you be in control of how tart you want the flavor to be by either adding a little more lemon juice for more zing or honey and olive oil to tone it down.
The Asian Honey-Sesame Salad Dressing by Sue Bee Honey serves many purposes. Though it is excellent on salads, you can also use it as a marinade for shrimp or chicken.
For a light salad dressing make Sue Bee’s Sesame Seed Salad Dressing. Just combine the ingredients in a jar and shake!
You only need four ingredients to make this Sue Bee Low-Sodium Salad Dressing recipe!
With a little Key lime juice and garlic, you are only minutes away from a savory Key Lime Salad Dressing by Sue Bee.
Who would have thought ketchup would make a tasty salad dressing ingredient? Try making Sue Bee’s Sweet Russian Salad Dressing and see what you think.
The Catalina-Style Salad Dressing is another recipe from Sue Bee that uses ketchup and Worcestershire to create a rich, hearty flavor.
The Fitchen provides this Easy Orange Salad Dressing recipe that is perfect for spring with its citrusy flavor.
The National Honey Board has a Ginger Honey Salad Dressing that is easy to make but also has a fresh taste with a little kick of spice.