Completely fabulous, crazy good, simple to make and downright delicious! One bite of this Glorious Green Salad Dressing and you will be hooked!
This salad dressing!
It leaves me speechless!
I want to eat salad every. single. day.
I’ve been holding out on you for several months now! Not intentionally, it’s just that every time I made this, I never got around to getting photos and then it was too late because we devoured every last drop.
This may not look like anything amazing, but pleeeease trust me when I tell you it is phenomenal! I know I rave and blab on and on about so many recipes I post here, but this salad dressing. . .there aren’t even enough words!I had this last summer at a Relief Society dinner for my ward. Now I’m going to be honest, several of us that night (including myself) poured very little over our salads because, like I said, it’s not the most appetizing looking stuff. It was pretty comical to watch us all head back over to the serving table to pour more dressing after taking one bite.
It’s so good! It’s crazy good! Like I-want-to-pour-it-over-anything-and-everything good! My friend that gave me this recipe didn’t have a name for it so I told my boys and husband they needed to come up with a name for it. . . yeah, that didn’t pan out so well. Some of their suggestions were Tummy, Yummy Green Salad Dressing, Very Verde Dressing, Make Salads Great Again Salad Dressing, those are just a few. I thought about just calling it Green Onion Salad Dressing, buuut that just didn’t sound very enticing. So we’re calling it Glorious Green Salad Dressing and trust me, it is completely glorious!
One of my favorite salads to make using it is lettuce, rotisserie chicken, sugared almonds and wonton strips. . . it’s the perfect Chinese chicken salad. The other night I just threw together some lettuce, cucumbers, carrots and avocados and then drenched it with this dressing. It was delicious. We’ve also been known to just dip pieces of rotisserie chicken in it.
I wish you could reach through your screen and grab this jar and try it! You will be hooked! Please, please, please make this.Print
- Total Time: 5 minutes
Make sure you use seasoned rice vinegar and not plain. You can buy this at any grocery store or in Asian markets.
- 8 green onions
- 1 cup canola oil
- 3/4 cup seasoned rice vinegar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 teaspoons pepper
- 1/2 cup sugar
- Trim off the roots from the bulb end of the green onions and then trim about a half inch from the green end.
- Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
- Refrigerate until ready to use.
- Will keep in the fridge for up to two weeks.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Category: Sauces/Dressings/Jams
Ella Joy Olsen says
All of the baking and sweets have looked divine, but I’m most excited for this! The dressing makes the salad and this is a dressing I’ve never tried. Thanks Jodi!
Hi Ella!! You will absolutely love this dressing! How are you? Congrats on your book, so proud of you. It’s on my list of books to read this year. I got so busy over the holidays and I haven’t had a chance to read it yet. Can’t wait! Are you brainstorming up ideas for our reunions next year. . . ugh, how did we get so old?