View Full Version : What dressings and spreads do you like?
08-22-2007, 01:37 AM
Just wondering what spreads and dressing people make on a regular basis? In the past I've used Green Goddess Dressing and Raw Vegan Mom's one with her Sesame Noodle Dish, just tried one from Juliano's book (actually two, House Dressing and then Sesame Seed Dressing, both good but the House one is divine), also made one from Ani Phyo that is good. For spreads I've made the Eggless Spread and Rich Cheddar Sauce.
How about you?
I make my own Raspberry dressing every week. I love it. Rawvolutions ranch dressing is also good.
08-22-2007, 12:05 PM
One of my favorite easy dressings is just some agave nectar and lemon juice and a pinch of salt all mixed together. It's quick and easy and delicious!
I also love cashew spread. Soaked cashews and pinenuts whirred around in a blender or food processor with some lemon juice, and some salt and pepper. It's great on crackers! It also makes a great ravioli stuffer
08-22-2007, 10:08 PM
My favorite, currently (they change every few weeks), is some orange juice, Nama shoyu, apple cider vinegar and fresh ginger -- this one's fat-free for those of you to whom that matters (not me).
My other current favorite is the basic tahini dressing with tahini, water, lemon juice, garlic, parsley, cayenne and celtic salt to taste
08-22-2007, 10:21 PM
I love the eggless egg salad on flax crackers.
And the Rich cheddar Cheese Sauce too.
And my personal favorite, pesto---with pinenuts, or walnuts, or pistachios.
And Alissa's falafel recipe undehydrated, makes a great dip/spread. So does her cucumber sauce. And these two go great together
08-22-2007, 10:25 PM
For a sweet spread, try Alissa's Almond butter honey balls. I don't think that's the real name but the book is in another room:rolleyes: Anyway, they remind me of the pecan honey I use to get in a jar. It is wonderful. Right now I am just putting it on a spoon as a little something sweet but I want to make some sweet seed crackers and spread it on there for a real treat!:p
08-23-2007, 06:14 PM
Oh, I so highly recommend that sesame ginger recipe in Living on Live Foods that goes with the seaweed recipe, I think it's called Prince something.
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