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Fig Kombucha Vinaigrette

Fig Kombucha Vinaigrette for all your salads!

 Fig Kombucha Vinaigrette - make salad dressing using kombucha!

I know what you’re thinking.

Kombucha in my salad dressing? Weird. I can smell your hesitation from across the nation.

But haste: before you write off my ‘bucha sauce, just know this little ditty: this is one of the best salad dressings I’ve ever made. And girl loves herself some homemade salad sauces.

So, I realize not all of you brew kombucha at home. Fear not, you can use store-bought. I’d recommend using Original (unflavored) kombucha in order to get the same result as I did, but flavored ‘booch will work just fine, too.

The point of this whole thing is to replace the vinegar in a vinaigrette with kombucha for a little probiotic infusion. So really, this isn’t a “vinaigrette,” per se, because there’s no actual vinegar in it…it’s more like a bucherette? Kombucherette? Yup, let’s go with that.

 Fig Kombucha Vinaigrette - make salad dressing using kombucha!

For those of us who always have a steady supply of homemade kombucha on hand, this is the perfect place to put excess kombucha. In fact, I’m thinking I should have made ginormous batches of this for holiday gifts for friends. Hindsight is 20/20.

If you’re well-versed in kombucha brewing, you know you sometimes end up with batches that are way too strong to drink. You don’t need to toss these batches! They are great for adding to salad dressing, or even for cleaning your house.

I’ve made this dressing using unflavored kombucha and my Apple Cider Kombucha I showed you a couple months ago. I absolutely love the way the apple cider kombucha turned out in the dressing because it has a cinnamon-y flavor.

If you use unflavored kombucha, you can simply add some cinnamon to get the same effect.  I also used Dalmatia Fig Spread, which sweetened up the dressing and gave it a subtle figgy flavor.

Probiotic salad dressing? Slurp!

Fig Kombucha Vinaigrette

Course: Dressing
Cuisine: American
Keyword: dressing, healthy, kombucha, probiotics
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 cups
Author: Julia

Kombucha vinaigrette is a probiotic salad dressing recipe

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Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup homemade kombucha
  • 2/3 cup grapeseed or olive oil
  • 1-½ tablespoons fig spread or jam
  • 1-1/2 tablespoons whole grain mustard
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients for the salad dressing to a small blender and blend until smooth and creamy.
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teresa

Saturday 20th of July 2019

homemade fig kombucha is delish, so i imagine the dressing would be yummy

Martina Hooper

Wednesday 18th of July 2018

I am the owner of commercial kombucha company and technically it is still a vinaigrette because the kombucha contains acetic acid made from the acetobacter bacteria. Acetic acid is white vinegar and is one of several organic acids produced during the fermentation process.

Joanne

Saturday 24th of January 2015

As if I needed another excuse to buy/drink kombucha! Definitely excited about this. the more of it there is in my life, the merrier!

Medha @ Whisk & Shout

Thursday 22nd of January 2015

This is seriously so creative! I love both the flavors. I'm not normally a vinaigrette person, but I could def make an exception for this beauty!

Kelsey M

Wednesday 21st of January 2015

Amazing- I love it!

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