Besides loads of fresh veggies (of course!), what’s making it all sing?
If you’re not smiling after every crunchy bite you just might be in a dressing rut.
I’m about to hit you with 8 ingredients, that when you blend them all up, are going to make you so, so happy to be digging into that big bowl of nutrient-dense goodness!
Cause if it’s one thing I know, love and appreciate it’s the power of the salad to transform our bodies, fight disease and have us glowing from the inside out!
So, Carrot Ginger dressing…
Let’s do this!
This is exciting! I’ve been dying to share this salad dressing recipe with you because I made this one up all by myself!
I’m chalking this recipe up to big magic because it only took me only one attempt to create insanely flavorful, yummy goodness!
And you are going to love it because it has only 8 ingredients that you may very likely have ready-to-go in your Eat to Live fridge and cabinets right now.
The key ingredient, that keeps you from having to add oil is tahini.
But not all tahini is created equally. Make sure you only buy tahini that has one listed ingredient: sesame seeds.
I only use Once Again’s Organic Tahini (one-ingredient) :
Most other carrot ginger dressings use sesame oil to get that nutty rich flavor you crave.
You are going to be so very pleasantly surprised by this recipe because you get all the tremendous flavor and richness, without any oil!
- savory with a sweet finish (from the OJ)
- slightly spicy (from the ginger)
Make this as soon as you possibly can! You are going to love it and I promise it will be a favorite in your no-oil, nutritarian salad dressing rotation!
- 5 medium carrots, diced
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 1/2 cup water
- 3 tbsp. fresh ginger, diced
- 3 tbsp. tahini (no oil added, only one ingredient: sesame seeds)
- 2 tbsp. liquid aminos
- 1 tbsp. white vinegar (or rice wine vinegar)
- 1 large clove garlic
- Add all ingredients into a high-powered blender or food processor. Process on high until smooth.
- I love this dressing over crunchier produce like iceberg or butter lettuce, fresh cabbage, cucumbers, carrots. etc...
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