One of my favorite things at the Melting Pot is their Green Goddess Dressing. It's so good. I love stuffing the mushrooms with it, dipping the veggies in it, eating it off of a spoon. It's embarrassing, but not enough to hide it from you all. The thing about making it at home is that I can do all of that stuff and no one sees me. This goodness is great stuffed into mushrooms, celery, used as a dip for vegetables. It's also very easy to make. So enjoy!
Garden Crudités with Light Green Goddess Dip
Serve fresh Garden Crudités in Light Green Goddess Dip in a bright purple cabbage bowl or in little cups for brunch, a spring shower, or garden pool party!
Avocado Greek Yogurt Green Goddess Dip - this light dip, made with fresh avocado and Greek yogurt, is creamy and delicious - serve with an assortment of veggies for your next party ~ http://jeanetteshealthyliving.com
This Greek goddess dip is stunningly verdant and has a bright herby flavor. The Greek strain in this dressing comes from using dill in place of watercress. Make it and watch it do a disappearing act on vegetables, pita chips or whatever conduit you can dream up. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)
green-goddess dip, recipe at http://12tomatoes.com/green-goddess-dip/?utm_source=12t-12t&utm_medium=social-fb&utm_term=091115&utm_content=link&utm_campaign=green-goddess-dip&origin=12t_12t_social_fb_link_green-goddess-dip_091115
Green Goddess Dip
Green Goddess Dip - Your going to LOVE the freshness of our healthier homemade version of this classic recipe.
Green Goddess Dressing 1/2 c mayonnaise 1/2 c sour cream 1/2 c chop gr onions, white & green 2 TBS chop chives 2 TBS basil (or tarragon) 2 TBS parsley 1 TBS anchovy paste (don't leave this out) 4 TBS lemon juice, freshly squeezed 1 clove garlic Add all ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth. Use immediately or refrigerate.
NYT Cooking: This Greek goddess dip is stunningly verdant and has a bright herby flavor. The Greek strain in this dressing comes from using dill in place of watercress. Make it and watch it do a disappearing act on vegetables, pita chips or whatever conduit you can dream up.