Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing

When avocadoes are in season make this Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing.

This month I was given Kate’s Kitchen as my Secret Recipe Club blogger. Kate is a financial planner by profession, who lives to eat and has therefore learned to cook. Her love for food comes through very clearly on her blog. We have many things in common. We both have husband’s who double as Sous Chef’s, we both love gardening and traveling and we both have step sons. Kate and I have also been blogging since since 2009. I stumbled upon her recipe for Avocado Cilantro Dressing and straight away I knew I wanted to make this. I had just bought some avocado pulp and the recipe called out to me. The dressing can be made in advance and this allow the coriander to really permeate through the ingredients. I used it to make cabbage slaw twice and then I used the last of the dressing for a green salad. I am going to make this again to use with sweet potatoes as I think the texture would work really well. I might even swap out the coriander for some dill, as dill is my favourite herb to use with avocado.

what is your favourite herb to use with avocado?

Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing
Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing

Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing

Ingredients

  • 125 mls mayonnaise
  • 125 mls crème fraîche
  • 125 mls pulped avocado
  • 5 mls white wine vinegar
  • 2 cloves garlic crushed
  • Generous handful of coriander roughly chopped
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper for seasoning

Instructions

  • Mix all the ingredients together and keep in the fridge until needed

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73 thoughts on “Coriander And Avocado Salad Dressing

  1. Yum! I adore avocados, and the combination with creme fraiche and mayonnaise sounds very appealing! Coriander would be the perfect herb to go with it! x

  2. I’m an avocado fan but haven’t done anything with it besides make guacamole and chop it up into salads. This dressing sounds so good! I’ve never tried dill with avocado and now I think I must.

  3. Hi, Tandy, wonderful dressing! I love coriander and avocado, chives are an ideal companion as well. Anything to offset the heaviness of avocado.

  4. Ohhhhh this looks so good! I love creamy dressings and I never had a dressing made with avocado! I will have to try it! 🙂

  5. Ahh, this looks so so good – I’m obsessed with all thing avocado in this past year – I do a green rice with avocado, green onions, spinach and mint – so refreshing 🙂

  6. I love Kate’s site. And, thank you for schooling me. I had no idea that avocado pulp was available. I hope I can find it here.

    1. Thankfully we get the pulp year round as avocados are very expensive out of season here, and there is no guarantee they will be good 🙂

  7. Looks like a very versatile dip1 I am sure you will get lots of use out of this one!

  8. Thank you Tandy 🙂 I’m so glad you enjoyed the dressing. It’s so wonderfully refreshing. And, I love the idea of using it on sweet potatoes!!! Kate

    1. Kate, it is so amazing that I made it again last night with chives! The best bit is that you don’t feel guilty licking out the bowl 🙂

  9. i’ve never made an avocado dressing before but that it going to change! this sounds great.

  10. Kate and I live in the same city…and she’s such a great cook! You picked a winner of a recipe for the SRC…looks delish!!!

  11. Hi Tandy! I had a great time browsing your blog this month and loved making your Almond Financiers. So yummy.

    This dressing sounds fantastic. I love cilantro and avocado so I’m certain they would be delicious in a dressing. Pinned this one for later.

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