Happy Sunday and thanks so much to Coleen at The Redhead Baker for hosting this week.
How many times have you gone to a restaurant and had something you’ve just loved and wanted it all the time?
Well, this week we’re going to help everyone out and crack the code to a whole bunch of favourite recipes from restaurants all over.
I can’t wait to visit all of them and hope that you’ll check everyone out.
My recipe is from a restaurant that I used to go to when I lived in London called the Village Cafe. A little hole-in-the-wall joint that I used as an escape from endless studying.
I would go there to clear my head when I simply couldn’t absorb anything else out and read a book completely unrelated to my degree.
I know, it doesn’t sound like a wild time but with a double major, a full time job and a scholarship on the line I didn’t take a lot ot breaks.
I ordered the same thing ALL the time-didn’t evenue bother to look at the menu. An enormous salad drizzled with the most amazing avocado dressing.
I’ve thought of it so many times over the years but for some bizarre reason I never made it-until Sunday Supper gave me an excuse.
I had it in my head that it would be super difficult but actually it took me less than 10 minutes.
The only thing I’m cross about?
That I didn’t make this before.
Haul out your food processor and add; a ripe avocado, cider vinegar, dill, pepper, avocado oil, honey, pinch of salt, water…
dried mustard powder and garlic.
Blitz until smooth. To make it pourable add a bit more water if necessary. Try a tablespoon at a time. It’s easy to add but impossible to take out. I love mine over baby greens and slivers of prosciutto.
Shockingly, the dressing lasts in the fridge for a week!
I’ve made it a bunch of times since and it just lasts and lasts.
For an even more decadent twist we even used it as a stand-in for Bernaise sauce and dipped steak into it.
- 1 avocado
- ⅛ cup each cider vinegar and avocado oil
- 1 tsp mustard powder
- 2 T honey
- pinch salt
- 2 tsp dill (fresh or out of a squeezy tube)
- 1 crushed garlic clove
- ½ tsp pepper
- ¼ cup water
- Blitz all ingredients together until smooth. Thin out with a bit more water (1 T at a time) if necessary.
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