A Mean Green Dressing

This parley dressing that I have adapted is perfect on salads or even on fish. I love making homemade food and this dressing is definitely satisfyingly easy and tasty! It’s so quick to whip up and you could change the amount of ingredients – if you desired – to make small batches, but I like making a big batch and keeping it in the fridge. I use this dressing on a brown rice salad and a bean salad which I have plans to share with you guys very soon. Another edition to the recipe that you could make would be lemon juice- although I haven’t tried it i think it would add a yummy dimension to this already delicious dressing.

The original recipe asked for dijon mustard as well as wholegrain/seeded mustard but I just put more wholegrain mustard in because it is my favourite!!


This dressing doesn’t have an exact quantity of parsley but just use a lot .. you can always add more extras to balance the flavours but don’t be measly with the parsley!IMG_0011

Put the parsley in the food processor and add 3 tbsp of wholegrain mustard, 1/3 cup of cider vinegar, 2/3 cup oil (I used rice bran), 1/8 cup brown sugar and black pepper. Whizz it all up- the longer the better!!IMG_0015

Spoon the dressing into desired containers- I use jars because you can easily spoon it in and out.

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Now top on all your favourite salads!!


1/3 cup cider vinegar
2/3 cup oil
1/8 cup brown sugar
3 tbsp whole grain mustard
Parsley (LOTS!!)
Black pepper

After washing and drying the parsley, put it in the food processor with the remaining ingredients. Whizz up until desired consistency – the longer the better! Spoon into jars or bottles and store in the fridge. Enjoy on salads!

Thank you so much for reading! x


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