This quick and easy coriander lime dressing recipe adds a fresh, zesty flavor to any meal.
A perfect blend of coriander, cumin, lime juice, garlic, honey and olive oil, this dressing will take your cooking to the next level.
Drizzle it over your favorite salad, tacos, or grilled meat for a mouthwatering experience everyone will love.
Fresh and tangy dressing (or marinade)
- This quick and easy recipe uses simple ingredients and can be made in minutes.
- A versatile dressing that can be used over salads, as a marinade, or as a dip for vegetables and chips.
- The combination of coriander, lime, garlic and honey creates a uniquely delicious flavor that will elevate any dish.
- A healthier (and cheaper) alternative to commercial dressings.
How to make coriander lime dressing
It’s a simple recipe that just mixes in a food processor or blender.simply
This salad dressing can be made in several different ways.If you don’t have a blender, chop the coriander and whisk the ingredients slowly into the oil.
You can blend all the ingredients at once for an oil and vinegar type dressing, or you can slowly drizzle and emulsify the oil while the blender is running to create a slightly creamier dressing.
The coriander-lime dressing is open to many variations. This recipe also makes a great marinade for grilled chicken!
- Want a little heat? Add the jalapenos or red pepper flakes to the blender.
- Lemon juice can substitute for lime in a pinch.
- If you don’t have honey on hand, you can substitute agave or sugar.
- If you want to reduce the sourness and add instant thickness and creamy richness, try throwing in a few small chunks of avocado or two tablespoons of Greek yogurt.
How long does coriander lime dressing last?
Coriander lime dressing can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 7 days. The sourness of lime juice helps preserve it, but it loses its flavor over time.
How to store coriander lime dressing
Coriander lime dressing is best stored in a glass jar with a tight-fitting lid. Alternatively, you can use a plastic bottle. If it separates, shake it or put it back in the blender to recombine it.
Keeping this dressing on hand gives you the perfect, versatile condiment for salads, vegetables, or meat appetizers.
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coriander lime dressing
This easy recipe combines the flavors of coriander, cumin, lime juice, garlic and olive oil for a dressing full of fresh flavor!
Add coriander, garlic, lime juice, honey, cumin, apple cider vinegar, and light olive or canola oil to a blender or small food processor.
Pulse ingredients several times to chop coriander.
Turn the blender on low and slowly pour in the oil.
Once all ingredients are mixed, season the dressing with salt and pepper.
Transfer the dressing to a jar with a tight-fitting lid and refrigerate up to 1 week.
Cilantro lime dressing can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.
Serving: 2tablespoon | | calorie: 124 | | carbohydrates: 1g | | protein: 1g | | obesity: 14g | | saturated fat: 2g | | sodium: 2mg | | potassium: Tenmg | | fiber: 1g | | sugar: 1g | | Vitamin A: 135IU | | Vitamin C: 1mg | | calcium: 1mg | | iron: 1mg
Nutritional information provided is an estimate and will vary depending on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
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