Hash with Green Dressing
If you’ve been with me for a long time, you may have recalled my mentioning something called Green Dressing, which is a secret recipe I wasn’t given permission to share. Well I made it again this week, and I’m feeling awful generous, so here’s your chance to make the best stuff on earth! (May be open to interpretation, but I don’t think so.)
GREEN DRESSING OF AWESOMENESS
1/4 cup soy sauce/braggs,
1 cup oil (your choice, olive oil is the original, sesame is good too),
2 cups fresh, chopped parsley (squeeze out all water),
2-3 cloves of garlic (add more to taste).
Blend all of this together for approximately 5-6 minutes, taste testing is key.
RECIPE COURTESY AMBER KELLY
The hash here is really just a base for the dressing, it’s potatoes, onions, mushrooms and leeks baked in a 400F oven with some S+P to taste.
Now back to the Green Dressing. I’m pretty sure the only thing this wouldn’t be good on is ice cream. I’m a huge fan on potatoes, salad, steamed or baked veggies, rice, pasta, and tofu of any tilt. It’s a little different every time, due to the type or freshness of the parsley and other ingredients. While it’s definitely at its best with fresh garlic, I’ve used granulated in a pinch, and even *gasp* bottle lemon juice. You can also adjust all the measurements to your liking. I often do some extra lemon juice, and usually go with a combination of Olive Oil and Sesame. (1/3 Sesame, 2/3 Olive). Some batches are better then others, but I’ve never had an outright failure. Give it a try!