24 Nov

Creamy Basil Green Goddess Salad Dressing

I don’t have great pictures of making this recipe, but I have enough friends who love it and have asked for the recipe that I’m going to post anyways. It’s a rich, creamy, decadent salad dressing that you’ll never believe has no cow’s dairy in it. It’s a real treat…and since it’s mostly fat, it’s an awesome Ketogenic dip if that’s what you’re looking for! (As crazy as it sounds…we now believe fat is good for us! I recommend Keto Clarity by Jimmy Moore for more on this).

Nutritional Note: Ketogenic. Goat cheese and milk is not Paleo but is considered primal and does work for some on the Paleo diet. This recipe does comply with SCD & GAPS after the first year introduction diet. It’s Vegetarian. It includes dairy so doesn’t comply with the Clean protocol.

Prep time: This recipe takes about 10 minutes to make, max. Pull together your ingredients, buzz your food processor, and you’re done!

Yield: A pitcher full of green goddess. It’s a lot. Make it for a party. Make it for yourself, it stays good for weeks in the fridge…just know…NONE WILL GO BAD.  It’s approximately 2 quarts.

Tools:  Food processor with the standard blade attachment, a spatula, and large canning jars (quart size, you’ll fill 2)

Ingredients:

4oz fresh Basil (that’s one big container at the grocery store…or in winter, 4 smaller 1oz containers)

3 cups Homemade Mayonnaise

2 cups (2 bunches) green onions

8 cloves garlic

8 teaspoons Capers

2 teaspoons sea salt

2 teaspoons freshly ground pepper

3/4 cup lemon or lime juice (about 3 big lemons)

1 log Kirkland Goat Cheese (Chèvre), approximately 10 oz

1 cup Goat’s milk (see, I said it was decadent!  You’ll never think it’s goat-ey, I promise!)

Directions:

First add the garlic into the food  processor and turn on for about 5 seconds.  The garlic will magically shred into tiny pieces!  Then add all the other ingredients, and blend for a full minute to get it really mixed well.  This dressing is best made the day before to let the ingredients fully marry, but is still great served fresh.

Creamy Basil Green Goddess Salad Dressing
I don't have great pictures of making this recipe, but I have enough friends who love it and have asked for the recipe that I'm going to post anyways. It's a rich, creamy, decadent salad dressing that you'll never believe has no cow's dairy in it. It's a real treat…and since it's mostly fat, it's an awesome Ketogenic dip if that's what you're looking for! (As crazy as it sounds…we now believe fat is good for us! I recommend Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon or Keto Clarity by Jimmy Moore for more on this).
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Ingredients
  1. 4oz fresh Basil (that's one big container at the grocery store…or in winter, 4 smaller 1oz containers)
  2. 3 cups Homemade Mayonnaise
  3. 2 cups (2 bunches) green onions
  4. 8 cloves garlic
  5. 8 teaspoons Capers
  6. 2 teaspoons sea salt
  7. 2 teaspoons freshly ground pepper
  8. 3/4 cup lemon or lime juice (about 3 big lemons)
  9. 1 log Kirkland Goat Cheese (Chèvre), approximately 10 oz
  10. 1 cup Goat's milk (see, I said it was decadent! You'll never think it's goat-ey, I promise!)
Instructions
  1. First add the garlic into the food processor and turn on for about 5 seconds. The garlic will magically shred into tiny pieces!
  2. Then add all the other ingredients, and blend for a full minute to get it really mixed well. This dressing is best made the day before to let the ingredients fully marry, but is still great served fresh.
Notes
  1. Nutritional Note: Ketogenic. Goat cheese and milk is not Paleo but is considered primal and does work for some on the Paleo diet. This recipe does comply with SCD & GAPS after the first year introduction diet. It's Vegetarian. It includes dairy so doesn't comply with the Clean protocol.
  2. Prep time: This recipe takes about 10 minutes to make, max. Pull together your ingredients, buzz your food processor, and you're done!
  3. Yield: A pitcher full of green goddess. It's a lot. Make it for a party. Make it for yourself, it stays good for weeks in the fridge…just know…NONE WILL GO BAD. It's approximately 2 quarts.
  4. Tools: Food processor with the standard blade attachment, a spatula, and large canning jars (quart size, you'll fill 2)
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