Posts Tagged ‘Vinaigrette’

Fred Hall Fish with Green Chile Vinaigrette

This recipe has become a Fred Hall Show favorite over the past 4 years. Stop by the Fred Hall Shows Long Beach or Del Mar in March and I’ll cook you some! How you cook the fish or the type of fish you use is up to you. This spirited vinaigrette is great on just…

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Trout with Herb Vinaigrette

You can bake it, broil it, sauté it, pan-sear it, blacken it or throw it on the grill. Personally, I prefer to cook it on the grill to smoky fruit wood coals along with some sweet bell peppers and red onions, but you do what you want. If your trout is dry, don’t blame it…

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Grilled Tomato-Rosemary Vinaigrette

Yes, you grill your tomatoes first and allow to cool before making the vinaigrette. But it is worth the work! You’ll also see recipes for “roasted” tomatoes – which is just throwing them in the oven to get a more earthy flavor. PrintGrilled Tomato-Rosemary Vinaigrette Yield: 1 Cup sauce Ingredients1 large tomato 1/4 cup white…

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Caper Dill Vinaigrette

This is great over any salad (like the greek-combo in the picture) or I like it over salmon. Something about dill and salmon is just delicious. The key is to cook or grill (better!) your salmon first, then pour the vinaigrette over and let sit for 5 minutes.   PrintCaper Dill Vinaigrette Yield: 1 Cup…

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