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Green Goddess Dressing

Green Goddess Dressing

 

Definition:
This dressing was created in the early 1920's by a Chef in San Francisco. The classic green goddess dressing is a blend of mayonnaise, tarragon, vinegar, anchovies, parsley, chives, scallions, and garlic.
 
recipes vary.
 
In addition to salads, it can be used for fish and shellfish.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

                                                   Timeless dressing     Green Goddess Dressing

 

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Comments (2)

Aloha Catherine,
My all time favorite dressing/dip is Green Goddess, I guess I’m showing my age…
I found a dry mix at Penzey’s Spice, but it’s not as good.
I do have a question for you, what is terragon?
Mahalo, Kaneohegirlinaz
Hello Kgirl, good to hear from you. I too enjoy it. Its a fine herb used alot in French cooking. Bearnaise sauce is composed with this herb. The leaf is greenish gray and it tastes a bit like licorice (anise flavor). This spice is used fresh or dry and is seen in dishes with eggs, chicken, fish and other cooking. I enjoy this spice alot especially when making a Bearnaise, once the sauce is done, I toss in some scallops and shimp and serve it over a steak (steak oscar) ....eye roll- yum. Or just make it without the seafood, the sauce is my fav. Now i'm in the mood.....lol ...Petals.
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