Tofu, not mayonnaise, gives this dressing a silky texture without the extra saturated fat. The cilantro-lime flavor makes it a perfect accompaniment for Latin-inspired dishes like fish or chicken tacos; simply add shredded cabbage or radishes on top.
We suggest pairing this garlicky dressing with mixed greens such as Boston lettuce and watercress, or drizzling it over grilled tofu or chicken for a light yet satisfying meal. If you prefer a milder dressing, cut back the garlic to two teaspoons. Recipe adapted from Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Catch you later, ketchup! Dress up your dog with this fresh topping and you'll never go back to a simple squirt again! Also try a Frank and Beans, Hawaiian Dog, Mexican Charred-Corn Dog, and Banh Mi Dog.
Homemade mayonnaise tastes fester and brighter than anything you can buy at the store. It's quick and east, and you can flavor it however you please. Get the Basic Mayonnaise recipe or try other flavors: Red-Pepper Mayonnaise, Garlic Mayonnaise, Herb Mayonnaise, or Tartar Mayonnaise.