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Home » Food » Salads » Raspberry Lambic Vinaigrette
Raspberry Lambic Vinaigrette
By Peter Sheppard, The New Fermenting Gourmet

Peter makes this dressing periodically to make a classier dressing for Falcons' meal.

Ingredients
1/2 cup Raspberry Lambic (Framboise)
2 tsp whole grained Mustard
1 tspPete's Moroccan Spice Blend
2-3 TbspExtra Virgin Olive Oil
dashRaspberry Vinegar
Garnish
frozen Raspberries, thawed

Method

Combine the lambic, mustard, vinegar and seasoning in a bowl and stir with a spoon until well combined.

Let stand for 5 minutes for flavors to take.

Add the olive oil in a thin stream stirring - not whisking - to incorporate the oil slightly into the lambic. The idea here is not to over beat the dressing but to blend it slightly. The dressing will further mix together as you toss the salad. It's really okay if this dressing separates, just stir it slightly before adding it to the salad, the tossing will do the rest of the work!

And, don't forget the raspberries!


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