I love this dressing.
It feels really decadent, but it isn’t.
The chia seeds make me feel like I’m bettering myself and my community. The cardamom is the not-so-secret, secret ingredient.
This dressing also makes a great dip with veggies. So much better than ranch and way better for you.
Ok, so this is what you need:
The labneh and vinegar are flexible. Plain or greek yogurt work just as well and you can use any wine vinegar or lemon/lime juice for the acid component.
You need cardamom as well:
Ground cardamom is available at Indian or Middle Eastern markets. Just get the smallest packet they have.
Measure out a 1/4 cup of labneh/yogurt into a bowl:
Add a tablespoon of vinegar, chia seeds, all the spices (don’t forget a little S&P) and combine.
Taste and adjust for seasonings (if too tart, add more yogurt).
Store in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to a week or two.
Hopefully it doesn’t last that long.
Who said salads are boring?
I made a creamy Cucumber & Celery Salad with this dressing that is really light and satisfying.
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