Friday, January 14, 2011

Ginger Lime Salad dressing

When eating salads, I just feel it is important to have an interesting and tasty dressing. I came up with this one because I was craving something citrus with a little zip. Hope you enjoy it!

Paleo Ginger Lime Salad Dressing

1 1/2 limes, juiced
2 tsp ginger root, fresh grated
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 tsp cider vinegar
2 tbsp honey
1/4 cup oil (mix a few to avoid a strong flavor)

In food processor or blender, place the lime juice, ginger, salt and vinegar. Turn on blender or processor. Stream in honey. Then slowly stream in the oil. Serve over your favorite lettuce variety or use as a tasty topping for some shredded cabbage. Enjoy!


  1. Super excited to do this tonight and have sesame seeds on top!! Going to be PERFECT with the coconut curry crockpot conundrum I am going to concoct, with cauliflower rice...hows that for C's?!

  2. This sounds delish--some of my favorite flavors.

    I am just starting to read Paleo for the Athlete (Friel/Cordain) so will def be using more and more Paleo recipes from you Cait!

    Im glad to see that vinegar is ok since it is one of my very favorite flavors. I glanced at something in the book about not using vinegar because of the acidicity...

  3. Thats awesome Christen. Sounds like a perfect combination to me. :)

    Jen, I have heard vinegar is one of those things that is controversial. Some believe that by having vinegar you throw off the balance in the body and cause problems. I personally use it sparingly. Its not a staple ingredient, but when I want a salad...sometimes citrus just doesn't cut it. :) Its really all about listening to your body and seeing how you feel.

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