"...I have no doubt some serious work went into getting the formula just right because no one flavor dominates, the spice and seasonings all meld together beautifully. I couldn't stop dunking my short ribs into this sauce. I'm convinced it would make just about anything taste good."

– Amy Sherman, Cooking with Amy

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Barbecue Vinaigrette! As Easy as 1, 2, 4!

And by 1, 2, 4, I’m referring to combining one part barbecue sauce with two parts vinegar and four parts oil, which are the magical proportions for mixing up a batch of what I think will be the most delicious salad dressing you’ve tasted in a while. 

Next time you’re thinking salad, why not change it up a bit? This recipe could not be any easier. Forget the blender, forget the drizzling and the whisking... all you need is to pour those three ingredients into a mason jar.

Hopefully, you’re already a fan of SFQ, and its traditional applications, but this recipe offers another great way to enjoy this versatile sauce.

Barbecue Vinaigrette Recipe
(makes about 1 3/4 cups)
1/4 cup SFQ
1/2 cup rice wine vinegar
1 cup vegetable oil

Add ingredients to a mason jar, screw the top on tightly, shake vigorously for one minute and viola!

Serving Suggestions: Use this for literally any recipe or dish that calls for vinaigrette. Above you can see this dressing a raw corn salad.  Another easy salad idea is to toss it with baby spinach and crumbled bacon, and if you'd like,  topping it with a few chicharrones makes for a great and surprising crouton idea. I hope you give this delicious dressing a try soon. Enjoy!

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