Semi-Homemade Green Goddess Dip made with Ranch dressing, scallions and parsley makes a quick and easy crudite dip.
If you're looking for a quick dip idea, try this Semi Homemade Green Goddess Dip by using your favorite ranch salad dressing and adding scallions and fresh parsley.
What is Green Goddess?
Green goddess is typically used as a salad dressing; which contains mayonnaise, sour cream, and herbs. This semi homemade version gives you a similar taste using only 3 ingredients.
I first shared this recipe in a compilation post entitled Irish Bunco and Other Ideas for St. Patrick's Day Celebration back in 2013. But I realized that no one could search or find this particular recipe.
So I decided to create it's own post because it really is a delicious, quick and easy dip to make.
How do you make Green Goddess Dip?
For this recipe you'll need store bought Ranch Salad Dressing, chopped scallions and fresh parsley. I'm partial to Hidden Valley Ranch, but you can use whichever brand you prefer.
Add all ingredients to a blender or food processor and pulse until creamy; then refrigerate until ready for use. This recipe makes 2 cups and will last 1 week stored in an airtight container in your refrigerator.
This dip is refreshingly light and packed with flavor. Serve with your favorite vegetables to use as a dip, add it to your favorite salad or top your favorite sandwich.
It's so easy to make and can be ready in 10 minutes so it's perfect for those last minute get togethers. Because it's also green in color, it would make a fun appetizer dip for St. Patrick's Day. ~Enjoy!
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Semi-Homemade Green Goddess Dip
- 2 cups Ranch Salad Dressing
- 1 scallion, chopped
- 1 cup fresh parsley
- Add all ingredients to a blender or food processor and pulse until creamy. Refrigerate until ready for use. Makes 2 cups.
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Carrie's Experimental Kitchen says
It's made with premade ranch dressing (store bought) which already contains those ingredients.