Of course! Olive oil is the traditional salad oil in olive-producing countries, but sunflower oil, canola oil, safflower oil, corn oil, walnut oil, or plain old "vegetable" oil all work and they all taste fine. Read the ingredients on a bottle of ready-to-use salad dressing for ideas.
Most people try a few different ones until they find one they like that fits in their budget.
Olive Oil is an edible oil. It is made to be used in Salad dressings as well as used straight to dip french bread in.You can use Vegetable oil in Salad dressings but you do not a oil you would use straight from the bottle.
The most popular oil used in salad dressings is extra virgin olive oil. You can also use vegetable oil, safflower, canola or corn oil.
Any edible vegetable oil will do depending on your taste. Olive oil is commonly used.
I'm any oil known to be used in salad dressing. Olive, canola, sunflower, safflower, vegetable, peanut, or corn oil.
Vegetable oil is often used as part of salad dressing (usually mixed with vinegar), and is often used for frying; the most usual types of vegetable oil used for these purposes are olive oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, or canola oil.
Any oils labelled "vegetable oil" or "salad oil" are fine but, you could also use any light, neutral-flavored oil like safflower, canola or soybean oil.
A vegetable that is often used in salads.
On their labels the original Wesson and Crisco oils are labeled as vegetable oil. If a recipe calls for a salad oil they were referring to any of the vegetable oils. corn, sunflower oil etc. Most of the oils labeled as vegetable oil including Wesson or Crisco oil are made from soybean oil. The original Wesson oil was made from cottonseed oil. All these oils can also be referred to as salad oil.
You can but they'll taste like salad!
Yes... There used to be packets of mix that you could buy to make your own salad dressings. They called for vegetable oil as the oil to be used. I would suggest using the "lightest" oil of that nature you can. Cannola or vegetable. I assume you are referring to those types of oils for frying as compared to, maybe, Olive oil.
boil in a little vegetable oil
Yes, corn oil is a vegetable oil.
Canola oil can be used as it is a type of vegetable oil from a specific plant source.
Yes, it can be used in exactly the same way as any other "salad oil".
In cooking butter can be used for vegetable oil, but it cannot be substituted in baking.
yes you can but it completely changes and disrupts the taste of the dressinganother response:Yes, but you need to consider the flavor of the salad dressing. Olive oil has a distinctive flavor, so if you use a different oil, your salad dressing will be less flavorful.Another response:The health considerations of olive oil, vs vegetable oil are also to be considered. Olive oil is much healthier than vegetable oil.
can corn oil be used instead of vegetable when grilling a steak
You can seperate a vegetable in a salad by hand picking the vegetables and seperating them
Its easy a vegetable salad has well of course veggies and lettuce.
In a vegetable salad , you should put: vegetables (corn, carrots, etc.) For a vegetable salad that suits you, you should include all the vegetables you like and add some salad dressing with some salt. That is how you would create "YOUR VEGETABLE" salad. I hope this was great help.
Yes. They are both vegetable oils.
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