Peanut Butter Dressing
I always enjoy my salads with a little extra something to make it go down nicely without having to drink water because of chocking on dry rabbit food (as some junkies may say lol) and with the right type of dressing on a salad makes it leagues apart from the plain jane.
I have made a few salad dressings that taste nice with the many different salad styles, however this particular salad dressing is really versatile and it seems to be up there, now being one of my favourite dressings.
I would put this on homemade burgers on a toasted bun with caramelised onions and fresh lettuce. I have used this as a dip with roasted bread crumbed okra, which made it taste so much better.
The first time I use this was with an Asian style salad of just a few ingredients. I had all the ingredients in my cupboard to mix many things together rather than having to pop to the shop to spend extra money.
What I really like about this dressing is that you literally bung everything together and mix.
My dressing lasted me 5-7days as I didn’t use it everyday, it also depends on how much you use at one time.
When you have a family and many things to do this is a quick and easy dressing that can go on anything. You can even get one of the older children to do it for you while your doing other things. This dressing is very creamy but not too thick. It should still be fluid enough to drizzle. It only takes about 5 minutes to prepare, make and serve.
½ cup peanut butter
1 table spoon olive oil
1 table spoon rice vinegar
1 table spoon white vinegar
2 table spoons Worcester source
4 table spoons of soya source
4 table spoons of honey
4 table spoons of lime (I used 2 small limes)
4 garlic cloves smashed
1 tea spoon chilli pepper
1 tea spoon course black pepper
1. Put all the liquid ingredients including the lime juice in a bullet, blender or a bowl if you don’t have any mixer.
2. Put the peanut butter, pepper & smashed garlic cloves in with the liquid ingredients.
If you would like a thinner consistency increase the spoons of olive oil slowly until you reach your preferred texture.
Don't forget to tell us what you think after you have made it, in the comments.