Green Goddess Dressing
This recipe was created in the 1920’at San Franciso’s Palace Hotel as a tribute to George Arliss who played was featured in a movie of the same name (needs confirmation). Green Goddess was the most popular salad dressing in the U.S. until Ranch came along.
Combine all ingredients in blender and blend until you have a thick, creamy green sauce.
TIP: Can be used as a dip or dressing.
TIP: For a thinner dressing, add more milk
TIP: Be sure to add mayonnaise and sour cream to blender first, so that the other ingredients “catch”.
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