This easy Greek salad dressing with olive oil, red wine vinegar, garlic, and dried herbs is one of my favorites to dress any salad and tastes so much better than store-bought.
Home cooks are too often conditioned to grabbing a bottle of store-bought dressing off the supermarket shelf. Where in reality, making a homemade vinaigrette truly couldn’t be easier, takes hardly any skill, and is more economical too.
This traditional Greek salad dressing is a multi-functioning super hero. It’s amazingly good on simple greens and sliced onions for an every day dinner salad. Or soaked into crisped veggies and tossed with feta in a Greek pasta salad. And it works wonders as a marinade for garbanzo beans, chicken, pork, or to drizzle on grilled vegetables or shrimp.
Honestly my husband’s favorite is simply drizzling it on slices of crisp cucumbers and I’m partial to marinating blocks of feta in it. Yum.
This is the salad dressing that’s about to become a secret weapon to always keep on hand.continue to the recipe… about Greek Salad Dressing