How to Make Green Goddess Dressing at Home

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Shuvait Thusoo
Shuvait has lived in Pune alone for 4 years while studying engineering. This was the time period when he explored the South Indian Cuisines and experienced different spices and realised the beauty of food. So he started cooking and fell in love with the craft of it. We can say that Shuvait is a foodie who loves to share his food life experiences and resources with our readers.

Some recipes that we make are so beautiful that we can’t stop ourselves from having them. They attract us more and more with their fascinating looks, freshness and aroma that they carry. Green vegetables always do the same with me. They just pull me towards them and I am always like to have all those fresh green vegetables that I see in the market. And as we all know how healthy those green and leafy vegetables are, how is it possible for anyone to skip those massive nutrients?

Today, the recipe that I would be telling you guys is called Green Goddess and has a beautiful story about its origin. This recipe is a tribute to the actor George Arliss, an American actor known for his good acting skills. A chef named Philip Roemer, who worked in a hotel called Palace hotel in San Francisco, made this recipe to pay his tribute to the famous play of George Arliss called The Green Goddess. This is from where this recipe got its name and then became popular like that play.

This was how this dip was invented and became so popular that many restaurants even today serve this dip with many of their dishes. This dip consists of various fresh herbs and has yogurt in it. This Green Goddess dip’s health quotient is quite high and provided various nutritional elements that our body needs.

So, let’s start the recipe and see how it’s actually made. And no need to worry about the procedure. It takes only a few minutes and is simple to make. I will share all the details below for your convenience.

Ingredients for Green Goddess Dressing

Ingredients Quantity
Greek Yogurt 1 cup
Fresh Herbs (Cilantro, parsley, dill, basil, mint, chives, green onions)1 cup 
Garlic 1 clove 
Sea Salt ½ tsp. 
Ground Black Pepper To taste

The first step of the recipe is completed and now we can move further. Talking about the ingredients, you will find them quickly at any grocery store in your locality.

How Much Time Will it Take?

Preparation TimeCooking TimeTotal Time
5 Minutes                       –5 Minutes

As I said, this dip will not take much of your time. It’s just 5 minutes of work and you will get a delicious and creamy dip after that.

Ok, then we have reached the last and the most awaited part of the recipe, after which you will be able to make it easily at home without any other extra hard work or effort.

Green Goddess Dressing Recipe

green goddess recipe
  1. To make this dressing, collect all the ingredients and put them into a food processor or blender.
  2. Blend them until you get a smooth green and thick paste of it.
  3. Check its taste and see if it needs more salt or not. Add the seasoning and it’s done.

Trust me, you have made this Green Goddess dip at home without even doing anything. You can keep this sauce in your refrigerator for about 5 to 7 days. 

Nutritional Breakdown of Green Goddess Dressing

The nutritional breakdown of this green goddess dip is down below in the table.

Calories 124.3
Carbohydrates 1.3 gm.
Protein 0.7 gm.
Fat 13.2 gm.
Sugars 0.2 gm.
Fiber 0.1 gm.

How to Make Green Goddess Dressing at Home | Video

Here is a video that you can watch to easily make this dressing at your home. 

Video By: Food Wishes

The recipe is complete and I feel you are going to love it. Do taste it once and you will be proud of yourself for what you have made in your kitchen. If you liked it, then please share it with your friends as well. Do tell us in the comments box the best part of this recipe and how you made it. Till then, take care and have a great day.

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