Green Goddess Dressing With Tarragon

Green Godess Dressing

The more parsley you add, the darker green it becomes

Green Goddess Dressing with Tarragon is one of my favorite salad dressing, however, this is so good it can also be used as a dip for chips at your next party. Let it set for a couple of hours after you make it so that all the flavors fuse together.

1/2 fresh avocado

2 tsp anchovy paste

2 small garlic cloves, minced

3/4 cup mayonnaise

3/4 cup sour cream

1/4 cup chopped fresh tarragon

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

3 Tsp Chopped fresh chives

2 Tsp fresh squeezed lemon juice

Sea salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste.


Put all of the ingredients in a blender  and blend until you get a nice evenly smooth dressing, about 35-45 seconds.  Green Goddess Dressing with Tarragon will last in the refrigerator for a week, but is so easy to make that making fresh in no problem.  You can change the flavor by replacing the parsley with basil.

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4 Responses to Green Goddess Dressing With Tarragon

  1. I love salad dressing. I LOVE the look of this. I cannot wait till we are out of the doldrums here in Blighty and the salad season can truly begin ! What a wonderful blog to finish up the challenge on.
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  2. Caro Ness

    And I LOVE this too! Thanks William for sharing so many great recipes…
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  3. Amy

    I remember when I discovered Green Goddess dressing as a child. I thought it was the most marvelous substance on the planet. Since then, my fascination with bottled GG dressing has waned . . . but I’ve never seen a recipe for it before! I’m going to try this, it looks delicious!
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    • I feel the same way, what comes in the bottle does not have the flavor
      I discovered as a child. Making my own became the only answer. I have
      started making all my own dressings over the past few years, just to
      get away from all the chemicals being added to processed foods.
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