Thick and creamy dressing thats tangy with a nice hint of spice. You could also double or triple the recipe and use it as a dipping sauce for veggies or nori rolls.
This dish actually happened by accident. I was making some stuffed tomatoes, so I decided to blend the insides of the tomatoes with some raisins and garlic… and Voila! It tasted like a thick version of that orange duck sauce you get with take out. This is just too easy!
Edible Flower Salad. This really is the ultimate offering from God to the garden, the garden to you and you to your body. This salad has healing detox properties. As Dr. Bernard Jensen says “The Body Molds To What You Feed It” – this is so true. Eat this and your body will THANK you!
This is my favorite dressing and is great for lunch in a salad made of fresh tomatoes, red bell pepper, cucumber, romain lettuce, and a little thinly sliced onion. Purely raw and great tasting to.
I made this recipe up because my husband who is a ranch only lover hated all my other dressings I made but he approved of this one. I have been a little frustrated because it is really hard for me to compete with MSG when trying to please a SAD eater. When I first made this I did not have parsley or chives in any form and it was good without it. If you do not have onion or garlic powder fresh is fine just use more. The nut milk I used was almond and sunflower mixed. I just use what I have as I donâ€™t see that it changes the taste much.
If you use a lot of dressing I would double this. Also if you like a thinner dressing you should just add a little more nut milk.