When it comes to salad dressing, you can always buy one of the ready-made options that are available in the market. But, what salad dressing goes with strawberries? That’s a good question. Let’s find out.
I believe everyone should have a decent ranch dressing recipe on hand. The Greek yogurt dressing is high in healthy fat and protein because it is made with whole milk Greek yogurt. You may use low-fat Greek yogurt instead of full-fat Greek yogurt to make the dressing lighter.
This recipe calls for a small amount of buttermilk (which contributes to the dressing’s classic ranch flavor), but if you’re tired of purchasing large quantities of buttermilk and not using it all, do what I do and freeze it! I freeze buttermilk in one-ounce cubes and have it on hand for dressings, pancakes, and biscuits anytime I need it.
This will be great for salads, dipping vegetables, dipping pizza (which is delicious), and honestly, dipping anything. Refrigerate for up to a week in an airtight container or jar. Use only 1/4 cup buttermilk if you want your ranch dip to be thicker. Add additional buttermilk to make a thinner dressing to pour over salads.
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Olive Oil Salad Dressing
Contrary to popular belief, olive oil salad dressing does go well with everything – that also includes strawberries. Olive oil, Garlic, Lemon juice, Dijon mustard, Fine sea salt, and Black pepper, cover with a lid and shake vigorously until combined. Mix the ingredients and pulse until combined.
Greek Salad Dressing
Whisk the Red wine or vinegar, Dijon mustard, garlic, dried oregano, Extra-virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper together in a bowl until everything is mixed. This Greek salad dressing is incredibly versatile, which means it also goes well with strawberries.