Recipe Remix: Green Onion Vinaigrette

Clearly I like the idea of a green onion vinaigrette. I made the same vinaigrette from the same blog twice, and did it two slightly different ways. The first way you can find here, and today I am sharing how I made it a slightly different way.

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Green Onion Sauce with Chicken and Rice Noodles

This recipe sounded really fresh and perfect for this time of year. I adapted the sauce and used it with chicken. It turned out really well. I could definitely see using this sauce with chicken, beef, or any other protein. It is like a pesto, but perfect for an Asian-styled meal.

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Cheese and Green Onion Scones

You may think that savory scones sound weird, but they make me think of biscuits. Especially after I made the cranberry scones. The texture is so fluffy and biscuit-like, that I knew this recipe would work well with a savory twist. When we went to one of our favorite local bakeries recently, they had a cheddar and sage scone which was delicious. To be honest, I think I prefer the ones I made, though. I looked through a cookbook that I knew had a cheese scone, but it involved lots of fancy steps (and lots of fat). Part of the reason I liked this recipe is that the scones are almost healthy and you don’t need to spread them with anything because they still taste tender and buttery. I made a number of changes, so this is not really the same recipe as Cook’s Illustrated, but I still want to give them credit for the base recipe.

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If you wanted, you could easily make these for dinner instead of biscuits. They are savory, but would also go well with scrambled eggs.

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