Creamy Balsamic Dressing


As a child I remember my mom eating tuna fish straight from the can, drenched in balsamic vinegar.  How odd, right?  Well for some reason that flavor combination has stuck with me and I created a dressing using traditional mayo and the vinegar.  It’s a simple and easy recipe that you can’t mess up.  You may be pleasantly surprised at how well the tuna and balsamic vinegar merry together.  My favorite part about this salad is it’s fast and convenient.  Who doesn’t have a can of tuna in their pantry right now?? Feel free to use this dressing on any type of salad.  I eat a lot of salads, so I am always looking for new ways to dress them up.

Creamy Balsamic Dressing

  • 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise or greek yogurt
  • drizzle of honey (opt)
  1. Whisk together all ingredients.
  2. Store in fridge or use right away.

*Keeps in fridge up to one week

Grown-up Tuna Salad

  • lettuce, chopped
  • tomatoes, quartered
  • feta cheese, crumbled
  • tuna, drained
  • creamy balsamic dressing
  1. Combine ingredients and toss in creamy balsamic dressing.

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5 Responses to Creamy Balsamic Dressing

  1. Megan L Johnson says:

    Oooo this sounds so good! I’ve been eating a lot of salad and I prefer to make hommade dressing and I LOVE greek yogurt… this is happening… tonight! :)

  2. leah says:

    It IS SOOOO good. Michelle served it to me on salad that had grilled chicken on it as well. Oh goodness. I’m gonna go make some now.

  3. Leah says:

    Easiest dressing ever. I made this and put it on chopped veggies and cubed ham – threw it together last night (it kinda marinated) and am having it for lunch now. Yumm! (I added a bit of olive oil and ground pepper, too.)
    Thanks!

  4. Anna says:

    It seems to me that this would be just as good on canned wild-caught salmon, no? I always have some of that in the cupboard so that’s going to be what I try it with.

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