Tupelo Honey Lime Vinaigrette

Tupelo Honey Lime Vinaigrette

I love a good vinaigrette!

I love a good vinaigrette, don’t you? I especially enjoy the versatility of the condiment – it can be used as a sandwich dressing, marinade for chicken, or on vegetables and salads. This honey lime vinaigrette can do it all. Where most dressings call for refined, processed sugars, I see an opportunity to swap in some healthy and delicious honey. I particularly enjoyed using Savannah Bee Company’s Tupelo Honey in this vinaigrette.

tupelo honey lime vinaigretteTupelo Honey is such a treat because of the rarity of the honey itself. The White Gum Tupelo Tree produces flowers and nectar so briefly each year (only about 10 days), and in such a small area of the world, I always prefer to use it in multipurpose ways to make it last. It’s no wonder they call White Gum Tupelo honey Southern Gold!

So make this delightful vinaigrette soon and try it on more than just salads!

What You’ll Need:

  • 3 tbsp. Savannah Bee Company’s Tupelo Honey
  • 2 tsp. Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp. garlic salt
  • 1/4 tsp. cumin
  • 1/2 tsp. kosher salt
  • ½ tsp. black pepper
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup canola oil

What You Do:

  1. In a blender (or food processor, jar, or bowl) add all ingredients, saving the two oils to be added last.
  2. Add the olive and canola oils slowly while blending.
  3. Pour into a jar, Tupperware, or other container and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.
  4. Enjoy!

honey lime vinaigretteTips:

  • Toss together with salad, but also try over sliced vegetables.
  • Marinade chicken in vinaigrette for a few hours, then grill or bake.
  • Try using Acacia honey or Orange Blossom honey for a sweeter flavor delivery.

Submitted By: Jess Brannen

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Comments (11)

  1. Holden says:

    I just made this marinade with the tupelo gold reserve and i think the top chefs in the world would be impressed! The soft buttery undertones of the tupelo pair perfectly with the zesty acidity of the lime juice perectly! I will cherish this stuff forever. Thank You Savannah Bee Company!

  2. Rayne says:

    This sounds AMAZING! I can’t wait to try it out.

  3. Wylene Richards says:

    Love tupelo honey. Can you give us prices and how to order some? Thanks, we receive mail at a P.O. Box can you ship to this or can you ship UPS or Fed EX?

    1. brantley says:

      Hello Wylene, please see the link below to purchase Tupelo honey. We can ship to a P.O. box via the USPS or sometimes through FedEx Smart Post. We use FedEx as our ground, 2-day and overnight carrier. Thanks and enjoy the Tupelo honey!


  4. Lexi says:

    WOW! This sounds absolutely incredible. I cannot wait to make this and put it on my salmon, spinach salad!

  5. Ashley says:

    You have intrigued my taste buds! I am gonna have to try this, and soon!

  6. Emily says:

    This would also be great for tequila chicken tacos! You are so creative with your recipes and I cannot wait to see what you come up with next! Keep’em coming.

    1. Jess Brannen says:

      Kenneth – any mild oil will work just fine! Give it a shot :)

  7. Kenneth says:

    This sounds simply amazing. I’m not a fan of canola oil, though. Would it be okay to substitute the canola oil and add just 1/2 cup of olive oil or does the canola serve a specific purpose?

  8. Mary Mathews says:

    Since I don’t order anything on line. Can I order by phone? Thank you!

    1. brantley says:

      Call Savannah Bee anytime or contact us by email! We love hearing from our customers!

      Internet and website related inquiries and orders, please call: 1-800-955-5080 or email us at support@savannahbee.zendesk.com

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