A Quick Overview Of How To Say Vinaigrette
'Vinaigrette' is the French and English word for a salad dressing made with oil, vinegar, and seasoning. The proportion of oil to vinegar should always be 3:1. Various oils are suitable, including sunflower, and olive oil, and there are many vinegars to choose from. Seasonings include salt and pepper, and sometimes mustard, garlic, herbs, or even a little sugar to balance the sharpness of the vinegar. You can find a good recipe here.
Vinaigrette comes from two French words: 'vin' which means 'wine', and 'aigre' which means 'sour'. In French, you don't pronounce it 'vin/AY/greht' - hover over the colored letters for an explanation.
How do you say 'vinaigrette' in Italian and Spanish?
- Italian vinaigrette
- Spanis vinagreta
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