vinaigrette sauce


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vinaigrette′ sauce`


n.
a tart sauce or dressing of oil, vinegar, and seasonings, used esp. on salads and cold meats.
[1880–85]
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A simple vinaigrette sauce made a pattern on the plate to make it look all fancy dan.
If you are a salad fan, you must try the rocket quinoa with feta cheese, beetroot and walnut topped with slices of avocado drizzled with lime vinaigrette sauce.
The combination of citrus and avocado was an unusual one for me - I'm used to having avocado as a savoury starter with vinaigrette sauce or just lemon juice - but it worked well enough and was tangy and tasty.
We split four perfectly cooked inch-and-a-halfers, basted in a vinaigrette sauce, sprinkled in Gorgonzola cheese and accompanied nicely by sweet red peppers and a bed of greens.