Honey Lime Vinaigrette Dressing
Use this Honey Lime Vinaigrette recipe as a marinade for grilled chicken or seafood, or as a dressing for your next salad. Fresh and delicious!
I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to get back in the salad again. Although soup really is one of my g0-to favorite ways to fill up (any time of the year), salads are high up on the list as well (if you’ve been reading my blog for a while then you probably know how much I love salad by now!).
Obviously fresh salad ingredients are important when getting back into the salad making mood. For me, the salad dressing is equally important. Although I do occasionally pick up a bottle of dressing from the store, I find that I am more into eating salads when I make my own dressing at home. It tastes better that’s for sure and once you get back into the habit of making them, they truly are simple as can be.
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How do you store homemade vinaigrette?
This is probably one of the most asked questions I’ve come across when it comes to homemade salad dressings. It’s best to store homemade dressing in a sealed container in the refrigerator. I like to use up my salad dressing within 3-4 days while it’s fresh, but it should be fine refrigerated up to a week.
Always shake up the dressing in the container to mix up the ingredients well before serving. If oil solidifies while in the fridge (sometimes oil can do that when it’s cold), just let it sit out a bit to get to room temperature and shake it up well.
I love to use small jelly jars to make and store my vinaigrettes in. You can find them at Target or Walmart and usually at hardware stores too. Of course, you can look on Amazon as well.
You could easily use this vinaigrette as a marinade for chicken or to drizzle over broiled fish and serve with Cilantro Lime Vegetables and Fiesta Lime Rice for a light meal.
This homemade citrus dressing is guaranteed to get you back into the salad making mood again, it really will. And if you are in a part of the country that is cold and covered in snow, I promise it will brighten up any winter blues that might be starting to settle in.
While you’re at it, add this Clementine Vinaigrette and Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette on your list to try.
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Honey, Garlic and Lime Vinaigrette
Use this Honey, Garlic and Lime Vinaigrette as a marinade for grilled chicken or seafood, or a dressing for your next salad. Fresh and delicious!
- 1/4 cup fresh lime juice
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 garlic clove, pressed or finely minced
- pinch coarse salt and pepper
- Add all ingredients into a jar. Shake until combined.
(Disclosure: Although I have worked with Harry & David in the past, this post is not sponsored by them, nor was I asked to write it for them. My recipe was inspired by a recipe card included in a box of fruit that I received as a gift from them.)
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I’m all over this one, Aggie. Honey & lime is a great combo!!
Honey and lime are sooooo good together aren’t they?
I love, love, LOVE this viniagrette!!
Thanks so much Claire!
Definitely going to try this one!
This looks great, Aggie! I love the photos!!
I love homemade dressings and this looks just delicious.
Sounds fantastic! Light and fresh! I’m thinking salad will be dinner tonight!
I’m going to plan some salad for dinner nights next week. I’m thinking a grilled chicken taco salad with this would be really good!
Whoa I’m loving this honey vinaigrette.
Definitely gonna try this. Simple but flavorful! Thanks, Aggie!
I hope you do try it Liane, it’s so good! Have a great weekend!
This looks like the perfect dressing for a salad! Loving the recipe!
I’m SO ready for salads! These are gorgeous pictures and I love the simplicity of this dressing. Looks great!
Thanks so much Valerie!!
This dressing sounds ideal for a taco salad! I am all over it.
Yes!! That sounds like a perfect way to use it.
I want to dive into this!! What are winter blues?! Lol T minus 3 months until lettuce season. 😉 lol PS gorgeous photos!!
I havne’t been into salads lately but my tight pants are begging me to reconnect with some leafy greens! This dressing sounds simple and bright- just how I like it!
I understand the feeling 🙂
I am ready for salads too! It makes me feel like spring is on it’s way. I love trying new vinaigrettes!I can wait to try yours!
SO light and refreshing. Perfect topping for my next salad.
Aggie. You are my salad soul sister. I need this vinaigrette and I need it soon!
This sounds just fantastic, and I’m totally with you on the salad thing. It’s definitely time!
I follow Genotype Teacher Diet and my son follows Blood Type A Diet: this vinaigrette fits both of us to a “T”. A suggestion: when I crave a creamy dressing, I add lemon vinaigrette to some Greek yogurt. Your lime vinaigrette would work, too.
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How long can this be stored?
I usually store my homemade dressings for about 3-4 days.
Do you store in fridge ?
Hey! 🙂 Yes store in fridge. You may need to bring to room temperature before using again if the oil solidifies.
This is so simple and delicious. I had some leftover spicy pork tenderloin, and I added some mixed greens craisins, walnuts, and feta cheese. It was the perfect companion. Thank you!
thank you!! That sounds delicious, thanks for sharing and for the feedback! 🙂
One of our families go to dressings! Delicious!
Your recipe was my ULTIMATE SAVER for my surprise party.
Your instant dressing saved me at the last minute and was much loved by all my guests.
A big THANK YOU for this. I have become more of a salad person and so are my kids after having that light and fresh salad dressing.
Thanks for sharing valuable information.it such very helpful for me.Keep it up.
o wow Honey and lime are so good together
The honey-lime vinaigrette dressing recipe is a very good one thanks
I just love the taste
This is a great recipe and I love it. couple of months ago, I also wrote an article on 7 day keto diet: https://a2zawareness.com/free-keto-diet-plan/ . In which I also shared many recipes that can help in the keto diet. Your recipe is so good that I think I will use it in my next article with a source link to your site. Will that be ok for you?
This Receipe is good for health and i really Appericiate to follow this receipe for better Health.A warm and heartly thanks to the writer.
nice and really best recipe, i never heard this type of recipe now i can’t wait to try this and nice way of explain the recipe i properly understand this.
Thank You So Much
Amazing recipe. Really healthy and tasty. A must try for everyone
The awesome recipe I try at home kids loves it.
The awesome recipe I try at home kids loves it.
Whoa I’m loving this honey vinaigrette.
The best recipe for dieting, these recipes help me to reduce my weight. Also, it is very delicious and yummy. I made it in my kitchen.
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Thanks for sharing such a beautiful information with us. I hope you will share such a beautiful information about honey lime garlic vinaigrette.please share
The recipe is awesome and healthy. I like to follow this for better health. Thank you so much for sharing such an amazing recipe.
loved your recipe. So easy to do and damn sure its gonna change the taste of my regular boring salad. Thanks for sharing and will wait for further.
Made this for lunch today. I made quinoa and roasted some broccoli and carrots in my conventional oven and made the honey lime vinaigrette for dressing and it was delicious. I love my broccoli a little crispy.
Such a great light lunch dish. I added more lime and salt since my garlic was over powering.
that sounds absolutely delicious – thank you for sharing!
Amazing recipe. My whole family loved it!! Thanks for sharing.
I added a teaspoon of ginger and of dijon. Delicious!
so simple and tasty, I use this as a base dressing for my southwest bowls.