Making Classic Vinaigrette Video Post Author:Susan Post published:February 26, 2015 Post Category:Blog / Book / Featured / Life in France / Recipes / Videos Post Comments:10 Comments Just published on youtube and vimeo….soon there will be others! Bon Appetit! Tags: delicious, France, salad, vinaigrette, whisk, yummy Read more articles Previous PostPoems on PlatesNext PostTerroir You Might Also Like Baguette in the Morning October 22, 2012 Herring November 22, 2011 Easter Lamb April 6, 2020 This Post Has 10 Comments kecameron 26 Feb 2015 Reply Love making my own vinaigrette! Had never thought of using two kinds of oil. Will give it a try this evening. Also have found that we prefer a grainier mustard. Thank you for the lesson! Susan 3 Mar 2015 Reply Karen, Everyone has their own little tricks. I like grainy mustard too, but it doesn’t thicken the vinaigrette up in quite the same way. Sometimes that’s better! Kathy 26 Feb 2015 Reply I love this! A great idea, and so nice to meet you like this. Susan 3 Mar 2015 Reply Kathy, thank you! Laura in Texas 3 Mar 2015 Reply Congrats on your newest form of communication! Susan 3 Mar 2015 Reply Laura, I’m blushing. Thank you! Lindsay Kinder 10 Apr 2015 Reply Susan – your vinaigrette is one of my favorite foods (yes, really). Would it be just as good if I just used olive oil, instead of the combination of oils? Also – do you make your own red wine vinegar? Susan 10 Apr 2015 Reply Lindsay, It depends on the olive oil. Sometimes 100% olive oil can be bitter in a vinaigrette. The traditional French vinaigrette is JUST peanut oil. Diana 28 Sep 2015 Reply How much mustard did you use? Susan 1 Oct 2015 Reply Hello, Diana. I used 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard. Bon Appetit! Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username Enter your email Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.