Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

I'm always looking for a good salad dressing recipe, and this is good! A great way to use that abundant harvest of cucumbers from the garden. Great over greens and tomatoes.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend in blender all ingredients, except sunflower seeds.
  2. While blending, add sunflower seeds.
Most Helpful

This has a very nice flavor. The honey mixed with cucumber is really good. I let the mixture get very smooth and used the sunflower seeds as a topping. Nice crunch! We used it on a salad of spinach and tomatoes. Thanks Sharon!

MizzNezz October 09, 2002

Light and delicious! I cut this recipe down to a 1/2 cup yield and it worked marverlously. Since I have a dietary restriction regarding sunflower seeds(very high in potassium which is toxic to me in high amounts), I replaced them with 2 tbsp of chopped walnuts. It managed to give it that nutty quality and still held the integrity of the dressing. I highly recommend this dressing to anyone who's sick of the bottled junk! Thanks Sharon123

Cynna June 15, 2006

What an interesting and tasty dressing.The other reviewers' comments are useful (marinade is a great idea). I made 1/3 of a recipe, because that's all my mini food processor will hold. I added salt and more dill. I like it the way it is, but I still think one elusive ingredient is missing. It's on the tip of my tongue, but isn't. Wonder what it is. Let you know when I figure it out. Made and enjoyed for Zaar World Tour.

Leggy Peggy June 02, 2007