Buttermilk and horseradish dressing – Donna Hay #5
Recipe number 5… only another 65 or so to go… 😉 O well, it doesn’t have to be finished tomorrow so that’s a good thing. And the fun part about this challenge is that I make a lot of recipes that I wouldn’t have made otherwise such as this buttermilk dressing. Not that it doesn’t sound good, but I don’t know; I’m pretty sure I would have overlooked it otherwise. And now that I’ve made it I am happily surprised as this will go together nicely with all sorts of salads. It’s light, fresh and has a spicy kick due to the horseradish.
Buttermilk and horseradish dressing
- 250 ml buttermilk
- 2 tbsp white balsamic vinegar
- 2 tbsp of horseradish cream storebought
- fresh black pepper
- 100 gr arugula
- 4 garlic chives
- 80 gr pecorino
- Put the buttermilk, vinegar and horseradish in a bowl. Add salt and pepper and mix well. Divide the arugula across the four plates in equal bunches and tie each one with a garlic chive. Grate over the pecorino and serve with the buttermilk dressing. You can also serve this with cabbage slaw, poached chicken and lots of other salads too.
The nutritional values above are calculated per portion. The details are based on standard nutritional tables and do not constitute a professional nutritional advice.
I love the challenge you are doing, and I love the look of this dressing too. Have pinned, hope that’s OK.
Yes ofcourse! Pin away my dear… 🙂