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Greek Salad Dressing
This Greek salad dressing recipe was originally created to go with a typical Greek salad, but after I had it on hand, I realized that it goes with so much more! It’s zingy and vibrant, and it’s excellent for jazzing up side salads or amplifying the flavor of roasted vegetables. The dish just requires a few simple ingredients, making it quick and easy to prepare. It also keeps for up to 5 days in the fridge once you’ve prepared it!
This Greek salad dressing recipe, in my opinion, should be in everyone’s back pocket. It’s as at home on a weekday grain bowl as it is on a big occasion salad, and it’s easy, healthful, and delicious. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll be hooked.
Variety of This Dressing
If you like, you may use fresh oregano instead of dried oregano. Start with 1 tsp oregano, finely chopped, and adjust the seasoning to your liking.
What is the Best Way to Store Greek Salad Dressing?
Salad dressings are prepared with simple vinegar, oil, pepper, and salt. You’ll need to keep this dressing refrigerated if you add shallots, herbs, or lemon juice, for example. It should be kept in a jar or container that can be easily shaken before use.
For More Salad Dressing
The best salad dressings are easy to make at home. Here are a couple more dressings that will become your favorites:
This Greek salad dressing will jazz up any veggie salad or favorite dish. The ingredients and easy-to-follow directions are shown below. Oh, I almost forgot. There is only one instruction that must be followed. Isn’t it simple? So, go ahead and serve this right away!
Try Our Greek Salad Dressing:
- 6 oz. olive oil
- 2 oz. vinegar red wine
- 1-2 tsp oregano crushed, Greek
- 3 cloves garlic finely minced
- kosher salt to taste
- black pepper freshly ground, to taste
- In a glass jar, add all of the ingredients and shake to blend. Served with your favorite meal!
- As the oil and vinegar mix, the dressing will take on a light hue and a creamy texture.
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