Green Goddess Dip is an easy to make bright green herb dip that pairs perfectly with raw vegetables. This iconic and simple dip tastes great with fresh ripe avocados and avocado, with the perfect creamy blend that is thick enough for chips as well. Nothing says summer like dips and this green dip is just packed with some of the summers best flavors and a great addition to an appetizer tray. Plus, this dip doubles as a dressing with a few slight changes, making it versatile no matter what you are whipping up!
redyellow and orange peppers, sliced and seeded for serving
Add all ingredients, except peppers for serving, to a blender and blend well until combined.
Serve Greek Goddess Dip immediately with chopped peppers.
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How to thin out Green Goddess Dip
If you want to thin out dip, add a bit of milk or heavy whipping cream and blend until you reach desired consistency. A bit of olive oil also works as well. Add a tsp. at a time until it reaches the level you need for your recipe.
Best Dippers for Green Goddess Dip
Serve dip with sliced red, yellow and orange peppers. Additionally, carrot slices, cucumber rounds, celery slices, pita chips, pita bread, Italian Bread, raw cauliflower, and raw broccoli all go great. As a side note, green goddess is often a dip served with dinner at many restaurants, so do not be shy in adding it as a dip to steak or chicken as well.
Green Goddess Dip Variations
Try adding in a bit of crumbled feta cheese into the food processor.
Is Green Goddess Dip Healthy?
I shy away from too many nutritional guidance's as I am not an expert and each diet is based on the person, however the dip is made with fresh ingredients and there is no indication it would be anything but healthy.
Is there a substitute for cottage cheese?
Try substituting cottage cheese for Ricotta cheese.