Green Goddess Chive Dressing Recipe
This creamy dressing is rich with herbs--chives, garlic, scallions and tarragon--and uses far less anchovy than most green goddess dressings. A delightful green salad or seafood topper!
Sour cream and mayonnaise are the base of this dip with anchovy fillets and fresh herbs.
I followed the recipe except that I forgot either the chives or green onions (aren't they the same thing??) and it turned out delicious. The only downside is now my husband wants me to make homemade salad dressing all the time!
Very good dressing! I made it low fat and used Reduced fat mayo and sour cream. Very good for dipping and on salads! Will use again.
This classic creamy green salad dressing is flavored with tarragon, parsley, garlic, anchovies, and chives. It's also delicious served as a dip for steamed artichokes.
This creamy, herby, addictively delicious sauce is not only my favorite salad dressing, but is one of my favorite dips as well. The way the parsley and chive play against the sweet tarragon makes this unlike any other herb dressing.
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This has the taste of yesterday updated to meet today's palates. I love this dressing and it was one of two signature dressings I used as the executive chef at a Washington, D.C. seafood restaurant. Great stuff. Don't be put off by the use of anchovy paste; it is not noticeable and the dressing is very memorable. Works especially well as a Caesar substitute!
Ranch dressing is quick and easy to make at home. Just combine mayonnaise, sour cream, buttermilk, and herbs for a thick and creamy salad topping.