Green Goddess Salad

by Jill Dalton

Green Goddess dressing has been on our list to recreate as an oil-free dressing for over a year. The original dressing uses various animal products to create the popular flavor so it has taken quite a bit of experimenting to get this just right. I think I finally have it nailed and this salad and dressing recipe is our new favorite. Eating salad every day is essential to a Plant Based Vegan diet, even in the winter. I hope this refreshing salad full of green magic will be one way for you to get your greens in!

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Green Goddess Salad

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Serves: 4 Prep Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 3.2/5
( 83 voted )

Ingredients

Salad
4 cups (356g) chopped cabbage
3 cups (141g) chopped romaine
2 cups (240g) chopped cucumbers
1/2 cup (52g) diced spring onion
optional: 1 cup (33g) broccoli sprouts

Dressing
1 cup (20g) fresh basil
1/2 cup (30g) fresh parsley
1 cup (30g) spinach
1/4 cup (25g) spring onion
optional: a few fresh tarragon leaves
Juice of 2 lemons
1/4 cup (35g) cashews
1/4 cup (33g) sunflower seeds
1/4 cup (40g) raisins
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
1/2 cup (118ml) water

Instructions

  1. Place all the salad ingredients into a large salad bowl.
  2. Add all dressing ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
  3. Pour dressing over salad and mix together.
  4. Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for 2 days.
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10 comments

Carla January 29, 2022 - 10:55 am

I have been wanting to make another Green Goddess Dressing recipe but yours looks even better! I can’t have nuts or seeds. Do you have a recommendation for replacing both? Maybe white beans or silken tofu for the cashews and hemp or flax for the sunflower seeds? I’m open to any suggestions. Thanks!

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Jill Dalton January 30, 2022 - 1:25 pm

I would say a mixture of tofu and hemp seeds.

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Susan February 3, 2022 - 10:48 am

You frequently use tarragon. Is there something with a similar taste to it that can be substituted? I am a big gardener and whenecer I used to plant taragon, if I got even near to it, my skin would break out into redness and an obvious allergic reaction, so I stopped planting and eating it.

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Jill Dalton February 8, 2022 - 12:07 pm

I don’t know anything that has a similar flavor but you can just leave it out.

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JB February 13, 2022 - 10:51 am

Tarragon is in the liquorice flavor family. Try one of the basils, anise, star anise or fennel. Experiment!

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Samantha February 6, 2022 - 10:24 pm

My family of four LOVED this salad!!! YUM! I added rinsed garbanzo beans. Thanks for the recipe!

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Suanne February 8, 2022 - 10:49 am

I notice nutritional yeast is used in many recipes. What’s a good substitute for that? I like the flavor it imparts but Nutritional yeast gives me a crushing headache. I’ve also read it has natural occurring MSG.

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Jill Dalton February 8, 2022 - 11:51 am

It really depends on the recipe. It can be left out of this one

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cindy February 14, 2022 - 10:51 am

can you sub the raisins for a date 1 or 2 ?

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Jill Dalton February 17, 2022 - 6:08 pm

Yes, I would just go with 1 so it doesn’t end up too sweet

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