Parsley Garlic Dressing

June 25th, 2012 § 7 comments

This is a simple, whiz bang, no chopping parsley garlic dressing.

If I’m going through all the effort of making a salad, I want to be rewarded with something yummy.

This will yield about 3/4 cup of dressing.

Parsley and Garlic are anti-inflammatory, which means they fight cancer, gets rid of aches and pains and reduce your chance of getting Alzheimer’s Disease. Canola Oil is high in Omega 3. More on that in a later post.

Parsley Garlic Dressing


1/2 cup canola oil
2 handfuls of washed parsley
Two small cloves garlic, peeled
Pinch of salt
Dash of cayenne pepper


Mix everything in a blender on high for ten seconds. If desired consistency is reached, stop. If not, continue blending.

This is largely dependent on the strength of your blender. For example, a Vitamix would have this ready in three seconds. A standard blender might take a bit longer.

Store in your fridge for a week and pour over anything. I’m going to have this with chilli con carne tonight.

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