Greek Salad Dressing Mix Gwen's Nest
Title : Greek Salad Dressing Mix Gwen's Nest
PDF summary : Greek Salad Dressing Mix. I like to make powdered dressing mixes, so I can quickly put a new batch together . This recipe yeilds almost 2 cups of mix:.Author : Gwen Brown
Creationdate : 2010-April-03
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Greek Salad Dressing Mix
I like to make powdered dressing mixes, so I can quickly put a new batch together with one scoop of spices
and some oil and vinegar. Another cool thing...this dressing doesn‘t need to be refridgerated, so it's great to
take to picnics etc. This recipe yeilds almost 2 cups of mix:
1/3 c. garlic powder
1/3 c. oregano
1/3 c. basil
1/4 c. onion powder
1/4 c. salt
1/4 c. pepper
1 T. sugar
Mix together in a jar...it makes a little over a cup. Optional: Dump spices into the blender, and blend to a
powdered mix. This makes the ﬂavors ‘meld' faster when you mix it.
To make your dressing: add 1/2 c. olive oil, 1/4 c. red wine vinegar, 1/4 c. balsamic vinegar, 1 t. dijon style
mustard, 2 t. lemon juice, and 2 T of your spice mix. Shake shake shake.
Or, if you’ve got a Good Seasoning glass cruet, just follow the lines on the bottle, using half balsamic and
half red wine vineger. Add in a T. or so of the Greek Dressing Mix, a 1 t. of lemon juice, and V2 t. dijon
If you plan on taking it to a picnic, you can marinate the olives, onions, tomatoes and feta in the dressing
overnight, and then add it to the greens at the last minute. Yum!
Note: We’ve used this up WAY too fast, and are adding it as a dry seasoning mix to pizza, bread stick
topping, etc. It’s SO yummy!