Really wonderful. I replaced half the milk with fat free plain yougurt, just because I needed to use it, and used fat free feta (surprisingly good!) I used this on a salad of black olives, chopped tomatoes, 1-inch pieces of romaine lettuce, and artichoke hearts. We had it last night, and I was craving it all day, so I think I will have to make it again soon!! LOVED it!
You don't need anymore accolades from me, but I will say - I had to fend my own self off the dressing - as the desire to just drink it was overwhelming. I am glad I didn't - because the rest of the family DID. No changes here from the farm - made as instructed. (2 garlic cloves - perfection!)
I attempted to make it the other day I had everything all ready in a bowl when I realized my feta had gone bad..but I substituted parmesan cheese and it was great, it reminded me of a creamy garlic dressing...Today I had the "real thing" I added feta and it was good, there wasnt all too much of a difference in the taste between using the feta and using parmesan, I think because the garlic is a powerful ingredient in this recipe. I am a garlic lover though. I halved the recipe.
This is a powerfully flavored, thick dressing that demands a hearty salad...not a bowl of baby greens. It was very good with some crisp Romaine, steamed green beans, artichoke hearts, hardboiled eggs and sliced tomatoes for a hearty lunch salad. I think that it could be thinned out a little more and drizzled as a sauce on other green veggies too. My DH gave it 5 ***** Evelyn!
I loved this dressing. Unusual in that the feta is blended into a thick creamy flavorful dressing. It doesn't take much to coat the greens and pack on the flavor. Thanks for sharing this little jewel, Evelyn.
This is the best salad dressing. Thank you for posting
Another 5 from this house and I haven't even put it on a salad yet! I didn't have buttermilk so used half milk and half sour cream (no yogurt either) and then added a touch more milk to get it to 'pourable'. I cut the recipe in half as there are just two of us but a cup is still a fair amount. It won't be wasted though because I'm already planning my bedtime snack of raw veggies dipped in this yumminess! Thanks so much for posting this!
Excellent! A dressing that's both creamy and healthy...you can't go wrong with that. I used light feta and light buttermilk for a satisfying yet delicious salad meal. Thank you.
This was WONDERFUL! I have been searching for this kind of recipe ever since we were in British Columbia in the summer. There are many Greek restaurants out there and I was often coming across a Creamy Greek dressing in their salads. Loved this recipe!