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  1. Ooh this dressing is so fitting because my cousin was over this past weekend and made THE most delicious lemony dressing for a salad…I think it was inspired by a My New Roots recipe and was quite similar to this, with the addition of one chopped clove of garlic. I love that you just made it in one jar–definitely going to be trying this soon once I finish my current dressing :)

    OH! And I made a tart crust this weekend inspired by your bok choy tart (I added chickpea flour in addition to the almond meal + quinoa) and it turned out fabulously!! You guys and your recipes are awesome :))

    • I am loving lemon salad dressing right now! It is definitely that time of year. I haven’t seen the My New Roots recipe but I will have to go check it out – garlic would be a brilliant addition to the flavors. I have a definite obsession with garlic… so that could be a dangerous path.

      So glad you liked the tart crust! And now I know that chickpea works as a substitution, if necessary. :) It always helps to have someone else doing recipe testing for you, too. Hehe!

  2. Perfect!!! Thank you this will be my go to salad dressing from now on. I have tried many homemade dressings and this one is the best. Thanks again!

    • You can make it fresh each time, or keep it in a glass jar for 4 or 5 days. Just shake it each time you use it and you’re good to go!

  3. Very good! simple and I had Meyer lemons to use, so it was extra delicious. Brightened the flavor of my salad and I got a thumbs up from my family. Super simple – although I didn’t have the coconut vinegar. I bet that’s really nice with it. I’ll be on the lookout for it. I’ve pinned it and posted in my “tried” board with accolades :-).

    Now i’m off to look at some more of your site!

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