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.
Healthy Trick Use a combination of Greek yogurt and olive oil -- rather than mayonnaise or sour cream -- to add richness to dressings and dips.
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So tasty! I was thinking how great it would be on a baked potato or even use it as the "sauce" for potato salad. Major garlic breath, but I don't care!
Rating: 5 stars
I just made this (took no time & I always have these ingredients in my kitchen), and I am not sorry. This is an incredible and memorable dressing. Would be good on absolutely anything-salads, fish, chicken, shrimp. I'm in love and will make this constantly. Undeniably wonderful.
Rating: 4 stars
This was a nice dressing. We omitted the olive oil (trying to watch cals) and subbed goat cheese for feta--still great! Served on romaine with chunked grilled salmon and diced onions. Lovely for summer!
Simple and delicious....i LOVED this receipe. I use it to dip sesame breadsticks in and its FANTASTIC!!!!!