How To Make Classic Greek Vinaigrette — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Classic Greek vinaigrette is more than just a red wine vinaigrette with a little oregano for color. Nope, this classic gets its sass from the one-two punch of red wine vinegar and lemons. Partnered with garlic and some dried herbs from the pantry, this dressing will become the house salad dressing for your home.

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