This is one recipe I have created for the elimination diet that I will certainly be making again. I really like this very simple, tangy dressing. I think we can really classify it as a sauce. It is very versatile. It can be thinned to make a light salad dressing or left thick as a sauce or topping for any number of dishes from simple vegetables to grains to tacos. You can add in a handful of any fresh herbs. I have made this twice already and then added cilantro to tonights version. Basil, I’m looking at you next.
I included the exact measurements that I used, but it is fairly flexible. I happened to have a 1/4 of avocado leftover so that went plus half of a new one. Apple cider vinegar for tang, some garlic for punch, puree with salt and pepper to taste. Oh, and a dash of olive oil for good measure. I am sure you could leave it out, but I wanted a bit of the grassy olive oil in there.
Simple Avocado Dressing
120g avocado (whole small or half large)
3 tbs apple cider vinegar
1 tbs good olive oil
1/2 tsp kosher salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 large clove garlic (or two small)
~1 cup water, to desired consistency
Blend all ingredients and 1/2 cup of water together until smooth. Use remaining water to thin to desired consistency.