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Green Goddess Dressing

This Green Goddess Dressing might just be your new favorite put-it-on-anything sauce! Made in minutes from stuff you probably already have in your kitchen, you can use this to tart up your salad, gussy-up your poached salmon fillet, or top off your sauteed shredded cabbage alongside your juicy pork chops.

Green Goddess Dressing | Carrie Brown

This Green Goddess Dressing keep in an airtight jar or bottle in the ‘fridge for at least a week, although once you’ve tasted it, I’m not sure it’ll be hanging around very long. Even so, fresh is best, so the recipe doesn’t make a huge amount.  If you have a crowd, or know you’re going to get through it fast just double the batch.

Green Goddess Dressing | Carrie Brown

This Green Goddess Dressing is bursting with flavor from a few simple ingredients.

If you’ve been nervous to start making your own dressings and sauces, start with this Green Goddess Dressing and see how easy it is to liven up your favorite KETO meats, veggies, and salads!  Plus, you can stop reading labels on commercial dressings in vain for one that is actually keto friendly!



Green Goddess Dressing

Author: Carrie Brown | Prep time:  5 mins   |   Cook time:  0 mins  |   Total time:  5 mins  |  Serves: 1 cup

What You Need

  • ½ cup / 4 fl oz. Greek yogurt
  • ½ cup / 4 fl oz. sour cream
  • 1 TBSP lime juice
  • 1 TBSP apple cider vinegar
  • ½ oz. / 15g fresh parsley
  • 4 large fresh basil leaves
  • ½ oz. / 15g scallions (green onions / spring onions)
  • ¼ tsp. sea salt
  • ¼ tsp. ground black pepper


What You Do

  1. Place yogurt and sour cream in a blender and blend well. Add lime juice, apple cider vinegar, parsley, basil, onions, sea salt and pepper to the blender and blend until completely smooth and green.
  2. Keep leftover dressing in an airtight jar in the ‘fridge.


Top Recipe Tips

  • Buy the lowest sugar yogurt you can find. This might be a fat-free one. That’s OK because you can always add it back in in the form of heavy cream if needed. Or, if you don’t need the extra fat, just use the fat-free yogurt as it is.
  • You can use lemon juice instead of lime if you have that on hand but you will get a different flavor.


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Green Goddess Dressing | Carrie Brown



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  • Debbie Leeneed a salad dressing recipe made with no dairy or vinegar. Olive oil is the only oil I can use. Help!!ReplyCancel