Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Apple and Honey Citrus Dressing for Rosh Hashanah



For the Jewish New Year, we dip apple slices in honey to welcome in a sweet new year! This year I expanded on the theme and decided to make an apple and honey dressing for our salad!



I experimented a little and was delighted with the outcome. The dressing is sweet yet tangy and tastes  good on a carrot salad, Waldorf salad or even a fruit salad. 

It looks creamy and delicious with just a hint of red specks from the apple. 
Since I use organic apples, I leave on the skin and even use the seeds ( which are good for you) . 


Why Apples Must Be Organic
Apples are one of the fruits on the dirty dozen list published each year from EWG which tells you which fruits and vegetables contain the highest concentration of pesticides. Since apples are one of the fruits that contain the highest amount of pesticides, I always buy organic. I can usually pick up a 3 pound bag that runs about $1.99 pound- or at Trader Joes it's even more reasonable. 

I will be serving this dressing tonight for our Rosh Hashanah holiday meal on my delicious Kale Super Salad. 

If you are looking for vegan or vegetarian and gluten free Jewish holiday ideas see my previous round ups! 

I've converted some traditional foods like vegan chopped liver, gluten free matzo balls, 1 hour gluten free challah, un-chicken soup. 

This Incredible Salad Dressing Recipe

Ingredients: 

Juice of one large organic lime
1 heaping tablespoon of raw honey
1 organic red apple, sliced
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup of olive oil
optional: 1/2 teaspoon of zest from an organic lime

Directions: 

Using a Vitamix or other very strong blender, whiz all ingredients together until well mixed and perfectly smooth. Serve on carrot salad, fruit salad, or as the dressing on a Waldorf salad.

My Notes: 
This dressing will last in the refrigerator for 5 days and still taste great!!


7 comments:

  1. Sweet and tangy...my favourite combo of flavour. A delicious dressing, Judee.

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    1. Angie,
      I was surprised how good it was and it lasts in the refrigerator for about 5 days

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  2. This dressing sounds just fabulous. I've saved it and will be whipping it up as soon as I get some apples.

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    1. Thank You Claudia. Let me know how you like it !!

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  3. What a great dressing for the apples! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week and come back to see us real soon!
    Miz Helen

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  4. Nice tip about the dirty dozen list. I'll look for organic. We love apples at our house. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe with us at Merry Monday. I'm sharing it on my Facebook page tomorrow morning.

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  5. The perfect dressing for any fall salad. Great flavors! Thank you for sharing at the Celebrate 365 blog party!

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