Do you like sweet and creamy Greek balsamic dressings? WE DO! This is a fantastic Greek balsamic dressing, and is super easy to whip up in no time flat. First, it's easy because we mix small batches, using only a single serving 5 oz Greek yogurt. Moreover, this pairs very well with meat and veggies, like the Blue Cheese Turkey Burger
pictured above. Simply use topped reduced fat blue cheese, then broil it in the oven, and finally, drizzle with dressing and serve! Also, the dressing keeps in the fridge for about three days, so it can last for multiple meals. Honestly, we eyeball all the seasonings, so use your own judgement! Really, cooking is always a matter of personal taste, so go as heavy or light on those seasonings as you like! Ingredients:
- 5 oz plain no fat greek yogurt
- 1/4+ cup balsamic vinegar
- 1/8+ tsp onion powder
- 1/8+ tsp garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp kosher salt
- 1 packet of sweetener or stevia
- pepper to taste
Ingredients for Greek Balsamic Vinegar Dressing
Three Quarters Cup of Dressing
I put this stuff on ANYTHING. For example, we have used this on any veggie that we roast, like cauliflower and broccoli. Certainly, you should try a “warm green bean salad” with turkey bacon. Alternatively, try this turkey burger salad! This works great pretty much anywhere you want to add a zing of flavor.
1 CK Turkey Burger
3 cups fresh spinach 1 tbs Reduced fat blue cheese — found mine at Walmart 1/2 cup strawberries carmelized onions 3 tbs Jambos Greek Balsamic Dressing I have used different proteins and different fruits like grapes and blueberries, but no matter the ingredient, all the serving sizes stay the same. So, I made one with chicken and called it the “Mock Newk’s Favorite Salad.” By all means, come up with your own combinations! Certainly, you will love it! Enjoy, and let me know if you like it!
You can do more with balsamic than just make salad! Therefore, check out other great recipes like this balsamic potato at https://vsccleankitchen.com/2017/10/09/balsamic-potato-hash/