Avocado Dressing

Avocado Dressing created by Nimz_

I love cucumbers! And I love avocados! And I love salad dressings. A perfect cool combination that requires very little work. Great for dipping pita, cucumbers, spread on flatbread instead of mayo for something different. I love the use of green onions here.

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  • Process all ingredients together in a blender.
  • Keep refrigerated in a airtight container for one day.
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"I love cucumbers! And I love avocados! And I love salad dressings. A perfect cool combination that requires very little work. Great for dipping pita, cucumbers, spread on flatbread instead of mayo for something different. I love the use of green onions here."
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  1. Shazzie
    I wasn't crazy about the flavour of this dressing - the dill predominated. It's really easy and quick to put together and very creamy. I think, next time round, per my preference, I will omit the dill and reduce the honey.
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  2. Sharon123
    Great over a bowl of mixed greens! Simple and delicious! I couldn't find my dill weed, so sprinkled in some dill seeds. Lovely! Thanks!
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  3. COOKGIRl
    I agree with blue moon dowunder-the honey was a real surprise ingredient and greatly appreciated. I added a little bit of buttermilk to thin the dressing to my preference. Served over simple greens with cucumbers, shaved carrot and dried tart cherries. Made for Veg Tag/January.
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  4. UmmBinat
    DD1 (5 years old) and I liked it but didn't love it. I had a lot of trouble blending it until smooth although I did it took a long time but that may be due to the crappier blender I used, my good one is in our house in Toronto. I hope no one usually uses the dead end of green onions. I used an alright honey but not the best local raw one as I didn't have it on hand. I used sea salt, to taste, extra fresh dill weed, no basil (had neither dry (in Toronto) nor fresh) I added 1 whole organic Canadian (not Chinese!) garlic clove to the dressing instead of the powder which I also did not have! Plus the rest of the ingredients. Served over an organic baby salad greens. Made for January 2013's Casual Veggie Tag (come join us everyone!)%u200F
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  5. Maito
    What a yummy dressing. I omitted the honey. Went great over spinach with some real bacon bits.
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