Wednesday

Good Ol' Green Goddess Salad Dressing


I've probably eaten goddess dressing a million times, but I've never made it myself before. I'm so glad I did because it turned out amazing. 
Although it didn't taste anything like this tahini version of Goddess Dressing which I know and love, it's more of a modern version of the traditional recipe.
Here's what I came up with...





















In the above photo, I served the dressing with a green salad topped with roasted sweet potato and boiled eggs (the husband and I love to create hearty salad suppers, and we both loved this one!)


*also I forgot to write 'salt & pepper to taste' in the ingredients list, which I guess is kind of obvious anyway!

16 comments:

  1. My goodness that salad sounds quite delicious. I've never had a salad with sweet potato what a great touch. The Mister does most of the cooking but perhaps I can woo him with this amazing salad. Seriously it just sounds perfect. Those photos are also amazing. I love the corkboard, Polaroid and graph paper. Well done lady. All around.

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  2. Yum, Vanessa, this looks so good. Will definitely be making this dressing very soon. bookmarking!

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  3. awesome recipe! thanks for this.

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  4. This dressing looks delicious! I'm adding it to my recipe folder.

    Cheers sweetie!

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  5. I will so being trying that!! Yay for spring and salads and new dressings!!
    p.s. the prohibition button looks goooooood on your page :)

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  6. This sounds fabulous and I'm pretty sure I already have all these ingredients in my kitchen! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. That sounds yummy....something different to try tonight!

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  8. The salad dressing looks delicious...thank you for sharing! And it's beautifully presented as well. I just followed your blog <3

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  9. mmmm this sounds yummy! i'm in salad mode so this could be something to assist in my travails. hehe

    xo,
    carrie

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  10. sounds delicious! Thank you! I'm always looking for GOOD dressings!!!

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  11. I love spring salads and this dressing sounds lovely. Im going to try it for sure! Happy Thursday, darling
    Muah

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  12. a-ha! i finally know what's in green goddess dressing! looks nice. i'm also a purveyor of stuffed salads for dinner :)

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  13. oh yum- I wonder how long it keep for in the fridge-?!

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  14. Ren, so far it has kept well for 5 days... and counting : )

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