Greek Salad Dressing Recipe | FoodByMaria

10 Ingredients Or Less

Greek Salad Dressing Recipe 

Prep

5 minutes

Cook

0 minutes

Yield

1 medium-sized mason jar

Oh baby, do I have something delicious (but simple) for you. This Greek Salad Dressing Recipe is one of my go-to dressing recipes. You know I’m a Greek gal and I love my Greek food. This recipe is authentic, and perfect for a fresh Greek Salad or to toss on any of your favorite veggies, cooked or raw. 

Lemon being muddled in bowl to add to Greek Salad Dressing Recipe.

Why you’ll love this Vegan Greek Salad Dressing:

  • Quick: Make this delicious dressing  in only 5-minutes
  • Minimal Ingredients: This dressing is made with less than 10 ingredients
  • Versatility: Versatile and can be used on any salad, veggies, or even as a marinade
  • Flavor: This dressing will add a pop of zesty flavor to your salad. I’m obsessed!

Lemon being muddled in bowl for Greek Salad Dressing Recipe 

Ingredients: 

For this vegan Greek salad dressing, these are the ingredients you’ll need: 

Ingredients for Greek salad dressing

Ingredient Notes: 

Olive Oil: It’s important to use quality olive oil here. Look for extra-virgin in a a jar that isn’t clear. A good olive oil 100% tastes different! And please for the love of dressing, do not use things like vegetable oil instead.

Red Wine Vinegar: Don’t swap your vinegar for anything else here unless you want to have a different taste completely. Red wine vinegar is made with fermented red wine and provides the right flavor and tang for the perfect Greek dressing.

Herbs: I use oregano in my Greek salad dressing because it makes it authentic, however, there is nothing wrong with swapping it out for another herbs like thyme or rosemary. It’ll provide a different flavor, but still will be delicious and versatile.

How do you make Vegan Greek Salad Dressing?

So many people opt for store-bought salad dressings, and I think that’s because they don’t realize how easy it is to make them homemade. Homemade dressings are way healthier because there are no preservatives and you know exactly what is going into the dressing. This Vegan Greek Salad Dressing is so easy and delicious. Here are the simple steps to make it:

Ingredients in jar for salad dressing

1. To a medium-sized mason jar add all the ingredients and shake till well combined

Jar of Greek salad dressing

2. Use immediately and store it in the fridge for at least 10 days

Expert Tips & FAQ:

What should I eat this dressing on? Other than an authentic Greek salad, you can also use this dressing on any of your favorite salads, on cooked or raw veggies, on a grain bowl, to marinate tofu, tempeh, or your favorite feta. Salad dressing doesn’t just need to be used on salad. No matter what kind of dressing you are making, it has multiple uses and can be a fantastic marinade. You can also get creative with this recipe and add your fav fresh herbs to the mix as well.

Herbs: Get creative, if you want to add dried thyme or dried rosemary that would work great too!

Storage: Store in the fridge in a jar for at least 10 days. Just shake it up again before using it.

Fresh herbs being stripped from stems and placed in bowl for Greek Salad Dressing Recipe 

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Greek Salad Dressing Recipe

  • Author: Maria Koutsogiannis
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 medium-sized mason jar 1x
  • Category: Sauces and Dressings, Salads and Greens, 10 Ingredients or Less, How To's
  • Cuisine: Greek
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

This super simple Greek Salad Dressing Recipe is creamy, vegan-friendly, and so versatile. Use it on your Greek salad, or your fav cooked veggies.


Ingredients

Scale

1 cup fresh, high quality olive oil

1 tbsp. dried oregano or 1 large handful fresh oregano, finely chopped

1 tsp sea salt

1/2 tsp black pepper

Juice of 12 medium-sized lemons, around 1/4-1/2 cup

1 tbsp. red wine vinegar

3 small garlic cloves, pressed


Instructions

To a medium-sized mason jar add all the ingredients and shake till well combined.

Use immediately and store it in the fridge for at least 10 days.

Notes

This dressing is great for marinating vegetables, tofu, tempeh or even feta!

Get creative, if you want to add dried thyme or dried rosemary that would work great too!


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 16 (per 2 tbsp.)
  • Calories: 121
  • Sugar: 0
  • Sodium: 145.4
  • Fat: 14
  • Saturated Fat: 2
  • Unsaturated Fat: 1.5
  • Trans Fat: 0
  • Carbohydrates: .2
  • Fiber: .1
  • Protein: 0

Keywords: best, creamy, vegan, vinegar

Stephanie Katz

It was great! I made a triple batch!

Maria Koutsogiannis

send me some!!!

Brit Flack

Do you think I could make this with limes instead? Looks amazing.

Maria Koutsogiannis

100% would still be wonderful

Whitney Driegder

Ok, so I did a thing… I marinated feta in this and it was pretty darn good.

Maria Koutsogiannis

How havent I thought of this?!?!?

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