Yoghurt and Dill Dressing, my new obsession can now be your obsession. Seriously I think I have put this on my lunch or dinner for over a week. It really is so versatile, equally delicious on veggies or a salad. I even put in on my veggie pizza – it was outstanding! Have I convinced you yet?
It has everything you want from a dressing. Lots of depth of flavour, a subtle creaminess, yet still light. The dill and lemon give it a freshness that lifts any dish.
If the folks where I get my Organic Veggie box each week hadn’t substituted my rocket which was out of stock with a bunch of dill, this Yoghurt and Dill dressing would not be making an appearance. I’ll be completely honest until now I did not appreciate the taste and versatility of dill. If this is you, I encourage you to rethink this herb and dive in and make this dressing.
When your goal is to eat nutrients, this Yoghurt and Dill Dressing ticks so many boxes. Adding herbs to our meals is an amazing way to increase the health benefits of the meal. Dill is a rich in antioxidants and a lovely way to increase the plant variety we are eating each week.
When picking your yoghurt ensure that you are choosing one that is made from coconut milk and live cultures, there doesn’t need to be (and really shouldn’t be) anything else added. Your gut microbiome will thank you. The only exception to this would be a natural thickener like tapioca flour.
The salad pictured above is simply rocket with grated carrot and zucchini (courgette), which I liberally spooned on the Yoghurt + Dill Dressing then topped with some avocado and protein. So simple!
I would love to know if you caught my obsession and now make this on a regular.
What Do I Need?
- 1/3 cup of Coconut Yoghurt
- 2 teaspoons of Dijon Mustard
- Juice of half a Lemon
- 1 teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar
- 1/2 teaspoon of Raw Honey
- 1 Tablespoon of Fresh Dill, chopped + tightly packed
Let’s Do This!
1. Place all ingredients into a small bowl.
2. Whisk until combined, particularly the honey which can harden with the cold yoghurt.
3. Drizzle generously over any salad or veggies.
This recipe is dairy free, gluten free, nut free, can be made vegan