Buttermilk Avocado Salad Dressing

Matthew:  Now that it’s summer, I’ve started getting a half box of vegetables every week from my CSA, Vermont Valley Community Farm.  Early in the season, they send out lots and lots of salad greens.  To keep things interesting, I thought I would test out some homemade salad dressing recipes this year.  I started with this recipe from a Sprouted Kitchen post.  It’s super easy to make.  You just throw everything in the blender.  I wanted to make a lot of dressing, so I sort of tripled the recipe, adding 3 avocados, ~1 cup of buttermilk, 3T honey, 3T apple cider vinegar, juice of two limes, and salt and pepper to taste.  The amounts I used seemed to work well and it was really delicious on spring mix greens with some sunflower seeds and raisins.

3 responses to “Buttermilk Avocado Salad Dressing

  1. Sounds and looks really good. I like the photos too!

  2. That does sound good!

  3. oooo wonderful idea! we get avocados in our farm box all the time and have been trying to come up with more ideas besides guacamole.

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