Monday, September 13, 2010

Greek Dressing Goodness

Hi Readers!  It's been a while and for that I apologize, but life is getting back to its old routine of school, work and more.

I'm off and running (literally) with new lighter, healthier ideas these days as I am hoping to take the weight I've wanted to lose for a few years off...finally.  So in honor of that, I'm posting a recipe for a yummy dressing I made up tonight.  It's kind of like a tzatziki, but thinner and with no cucumbers (although, the dressing on cucumbers is dynamite).

Greek Yogurt Dressing

1/2 cup nonfat Greek-style yogurt (I used Voskos - delicious and nothing but milk and active cultures)
2 tbsp. fresh-squeezed lemon juice
1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil (cuts the acidity and gives the dressing a nice "mouth-feel")
1 clove garlic (minced or pressed)
2 tsp. fresh chopped chives
1-2 tbsp. non or low-fat milk (to thin out as needed)
Salt and pepper to taste

Mix all the ingredients in a container and serve with your favorite mixed greens and veggies.

I paired this dressing up with my standard salad of romaine, red bell pepper, cucumber, and red onion.  You could definitely omit the milk and keep it thicker if using as a dip.  Oh, the possibilities!  It was completely delicious and totally low fat.  To borrow a term from a friend of mine, you could definitely call this dressing "awesomesauce."  Enjoy!

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