A spoon-worthy dressing with a full-on flavour punch & 100% fat & oil-free! Tangy, creamy, bright and balanced, made with healing herbs, warming mustard and probiotic-rich miso; you can use this dressing as a dip, too ~ it is fabulous with raw + roasted veggies.
Recipes have ingredients with anti-inflammatory nutrients and avoid common inflammatory foods like sugar, gluten, dairy and processed food. A whole food diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods can help relieve symptoms of inflammation within the body. Inflammation is at the root of most disease = dis-ease.
Recipes have foods, herbs & spices with antibacterial properties. These plants have compounds that fight infections are healing, preventative & antibiotic.
A Probiotic is a beneficial bacteria that is found in certain food sources, eating these foods help support our gut, immune system and brain functions. There are many different probiotic bacteria the common groups of organisms we know as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.
✓ adds to shopping list
Amazing Tangy Herb & Miso Dressing
FINELY chop garlic, rosemary and herbs.
ADD all the ingredients into a jar or bowl
SHAKE blend, whisk or stir all ingredients together to form a creamy sauce. I usually do this in a glass jar.
IF a little thick, add 1 tbsp water at a time mixing to your desired consistency – dip or pouring dressing.
TASTE adjust seasoning. STORE In the fridge in a glass jar.
drizzled over salads
served with roasted vegetables
the perfect partner to raw veggie sticks – especially cauliflower.
great as a dip or spread for crackers.
use a creamy sauce for tacos, falafels, chickpeas & beans.
*HERBS use parsley, lovage, chives, scallions, cilantro, dill, basil, arugula, celery leaves, dandelion greens, sorrel.
DOUBLE or even triple the recipe; it keeps well in the fridge for at least a week.
ADD SPICES like chilli, gochujang, harissa.
SWAP Lemon juice for raw apple cider vinegar.
Low FODMAP omit the garlic and use no more than 2 tbsp per meal.
THERAPEUTIC DIETS – Adapt the recipe and ingredients according to your healthcare provider.
Please remember to read food ingredient labels.