Examples from the Web for vinaigrette
Before serving, bake the cheese packages, combine the salad and vinaigrette, and serve.
It is possibly the smile her vinaigrette saw when she tasted it.
Finish with a salad of frisee, chives, parsley, tarragon and chervil lightly dressed with the vinaigrette.
To make the vinaigrette, in a pot, reduce pomegranate juice by half and let cool.
The end result will be less like vinaigrette and more like a very vinegary, thin mayonnaise.
Pour over some vinaigrette sauce, and sprinkle with chopped gherkins.365 Foreign Dishes|Unknown
Sibyl hastened away, and returned with her vinaigrette, which she handed to Rolfe.The Whirlpool|George Gissing
Tunny and bonito, after being boiled, are served cold in vinaigrette.
But the next moment her vinaigrette was rolling down the bank towards the brook, and I was after it.The Celebrity, Complete|Winston Churchill
Mrs. Aylett, excessively pale, applied her vinaigrette to her nose, and trembled yet more violently.At Last|Marion Harland
British Dictionary definitions for vinaigrette
Word Origin for vinaigrette
Word Origin and History for vinaigrette
1690s, a type of condiment, from French vinaigrette, diminutive of vinaigre "(aromatic) vinegar" (see vinegar). Modern sense of a type of dressing for salads or cold vegetables is attested from 1877.