This Greek goddess dip is stunningly verdant and has a bright herby flavor. The Greek strain in this dressing comes from using dill in place of watercress. Make it and watch it do a disappearing act on vegetables, pita chips or whatever conduit you can dream up. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)
One of my favorite things at the Melting Pot is their Green Goddess Dressing. It's so good. I love stuffing the mushrooms with it, dipping the veggies in it, eating it off of a spoon. It's embarrassing, but not enough to hide it from you all. The thing about making it at home is that I can do all of that stuff and no one sees me. This goodness is great stuffed into mushrooms, celery, used as a dip for vegetables. It's also very easy to make. So enjoy!
Melting Pot Green Goddess Dip -- Very similar to the restaurant version, if not 100% spot on. My boyfriend really enjoyed this, if I make it again I will cut the recipe in half because it made way too much for just the two of us.
Vegan Green Goddess Dressing that's packed with greens, apple cider vinegar, EVOO and is completely dairy-free. Perfect over a kale salad, a sweet potato, or even used as a dip. | The Foodie Dietitian @karalydon