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Kombucha Salad Dressing

by Amber Fairweather |

How to Make the Tastiest Kombucha Salad Dressing 

Salads can be exciting or boring, and one major game-changer that can completely transform an unappetizing bowl of salad is a super-tasty salad dressing. Certainly, good dressings ought to improve the flavour of your veggies, but they should also deliver some valuable health benefits. 

Kombucha may have gained fame as a healthy fermented drink, but the nutrient-rich probiotic drink has much wider use. Besides being consumed as a beverage, Kombucha has been successfully used as meat marinades, to soak grains and make delicious dressings.

Making Kombucha salad dressing is neither hard nor time-consuming, and we’ve provided instructions to guide you in making the tastiest recipe ever. 



Kombucha Salad Dressing: Recipe for Three People 

Ingredients

  • ½ cup kombucha
  • 3 cup olive oil
  • 3 tsp. garlic salt
  • ½ tsp. onion powder
  • 3 clove garlics (minced)
  • ½ tsp. dried basil
  • ½ tsp. dried parsley
  • ½ thyme
  • ¼ tsp. black pepper (finely ground) 
  • 3 tsp. raw honey

Instruction

  1. Measure out your Kombucha, olive oil, honey, and the rest of your ingredients into a medium-sized bowl. Whisk thoroughly until all the ingredients are well combined. 

                                                                      OR

Alternatively, instead of using a bowl, you may opt for a jar. However, make sure the cover of the jar fits tightly, so your mixture doesn’t spill out when preparing your dressing. After putting all your ingredients into the jar, give it a good shaking to mix the contents thoroughly. 

  1. After mixing, keep for at least 1 hour before serving to allow the flavours to blend. If mixture separates, simply shake the jar (or stir if your dressing is in a bowl), then serve on your meal.  

Note:

When gathering your ingredients, get Kombucha that is two weeks old or over because these types have “matured” and offer a better taste.     

For the deepest flavour, if you’re using dry ingredients, it is best not to use your dressing immediately after making it.