Buttermilk Green Goddess
Buttermilk Green Goddess used to be pretty popular in the 70s and 80s. If I’m not mistaken it was one of the usual dressings for a typical California salad with mixed greens, alfalfa sprouts and sunflower seeds. Instant awesome. By the way, this recipe makes the kind of dressing that sort of glops on, so you want to toss it in with the lettuce greens, to just lightly coat the salad before serving. Or you can serve it as a dip. It’s great spread on crackers or with crudités.
6 oz Jar, 4 oz Jar
ENJOY EITS Cafe Buttermilk Green Goddess Dressing with your Salad Greens, Vegetables or meat kind. Definitely a Salad Dressing but so Delish you can add it to everything!
It is made of a mixture of herbs especially parsley and the
secret green goddess ingredient which is anchovies. These ingredients mixed together provide the following nutritional values:
Vitamins K, C and A,
Calcium, Magnesium and Iron