One of my favorite things to make are sauces/dressings/marinades. They tend to elevate and tie together any dish you are making. This particular one has a wonderful tangy lemon flavor that can be used for so many things. I made it to go with a Pesto Jackfruit Quinoa Bowl. I will post the recipe for the bowl soon.
This Cajun Remoulade was made for some Oyster Mushroom Po’ Boys that I had made for dinner recently. I will post the recipe for the Oyster Mushroom Po’ Boys soon. The remoulade has a nice spicy kick. I will be thinking of other ways to use this kicking sauce.
This sauce I came up with by combining my Citrus Vinaigrette and my Cashew Sour Cream. The combination turned out amazing. I have used it to make a jackfruit salad and as a sauce for a Roasted Root Vegetable Bowl. It would be great as a dressing for a salad.
Made this dressing for a salad I was taking to a gathering. The citrus flavor is delightfully refreshing. I blended mine in a blender, however, you could make this in a mason jar. By blending the dressing the zest becomes more incorporated into the dressing.
1 orange, zested, juiced
1 lemon, zested, juiced
1 lime, zested, juiced
2 tbsp water
1-2 tsp spicy brown mustard
pinch of Himalayan salt
sweetener of choice to taste
Blend all the ingredients together in a blender (or shake together in a mason jar).
Ranch dressing is one of my favorites. I like to dip fresh cut veggies in the creamy ranch dressing and munch away. However, since I have changed the way I eat I have not had any for sometime. I decided it was time to make my own. I hope you enjoy this creamy goodness as much as I have.
Combine all the ingredients, except the almond milk into a sealable container. Stir the ingredients until thoroughly mixed. Add the almond milk until you reach your desired consistency. Chill for at least 30 minutes.
This is an all-purpose dressing for bowls, salads, roasted vegetables, whatever your mind can think of. It has the perfect balance of creamy, acid and sweet. It can be made in a jar with just a few shakes.
I think just about everything needs a sauce or a dressing. It just makes the dish come together and amps up the flavor. I made this dressing for a client. It is nutrient rich, flavor packed and completely delicious. Thank goodness I made extra for my home.
Oh, and another thing, it is made in the blender. Now that is easy.