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Creamy Cilantro-Avocado Dressing

March/April 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (202 votes)

Use this tangy, creamy cilantro-avocado dressing on a salad of romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes and black beans, with crumbled tortilla chips or toasted pine nuts on top.


Creamy Cilantro-Avocado Dressing  Recipe

12 Reviews for Creamy Cilantro-Avocado Dressing

04/20/2013
Anonymous
SOOOO YUMMY

I had to review because I noticed this only had 4 stars and it deserves 5. This is a yummy and light dressing. I looked at some of the other dressings on the net and they all called for mayo which I think is nasty.

easy to make and healthy
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06/08/2012
New favorite for everybody

This dressing was an instant hit. Now all of our friends and family are making it too. It's so easy, we quadruple the recipe and it keeps for a week or so. Not only is it great on salad, but we use it on chicken tacos, and as a crudités dip. I've found that I prefer it with a little extra lime.

Healthy, low calorie, delicious, can be a dip or spread, easy
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05/22/2012
Anonymous
Fantastic dressing!

This dressing is absolutely delicious! It is healthy, easy, quick, and can be used in so many ways. I added a bit more lime and thinned it out with a tbs or two of safflower oil. Otherwise, it is perfect. Will always keep this dressing on hand - it will encourage me to eat more raw veggies if I have this to pour on them!

Delicious, easy, fast, versatile.
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02/20/2012
Anonymous
Excellent-tasting healthy dressing/dip with beautiful green color

Be sure to taste to add slightly more salt or lime juice. You can substitute low-fat buttermilk for the yogurt.

Fast, easy preparation using food processor
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01/18/2012
Anonymous
Ah-MAZING!

This dressing is so easy to make and is soooo delicious! Great topping on grilled chicken tacos; on a bed of romaine and grilled chicken; on top of eggs; and as a dip!

So easy to make and delicious!
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