It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a recipe, and I have a backlog of them to post. Last week, I needed to do something with some overripe apples that have been sitting in the fridge for a long while (DH’s forgotten snack pile). I really liked the apple cider vinaigrette I’ve tried at Saladworks (paired with my fave Farmhouse salad), so I decided to make my own homemade dressing. Were I to retry this recipe in the future, I would probably omit the cinnamon and increase the ground ginger to give the dressing more bite.
Ingredients (adapted from the Stem Blog):
- 4oz apple (I peeled and cored a Braeburn apple)
- 1.5oz extra virgin olive oil
- 2oz apple cider vinegar
- 2tsp Trader Joe’s 100% natural stevia extract
- 1tsp onion powder
- .25tsp sea salt
- .25 tsp ground ginger
- .25tsp ground cinnamon
Toss all ingredients into a blender and process until creamy smooth. Yields 6.5oz or 12.5 servings of .5oz each.