This easy creamy Green Goddess Dip is great on a sandwich or with veggies. Made with fresh herbs, it is sure to please!
This Green Goddess Dip will elevate your sandwich to the next level. It pairs nicely with crudités.
It only takes about 5 minutes to make and can be made the day before. It’s actually best when it sits overnight so that it can thicken up.
How to Make Green Goddess Dip
Mix vegan mayo, vegan sour cream, fresh parsley, tarragon, chives, basil, lemon juice, garlic, mustard, and salt and pepper in a food processor until creamy.
What Does Tarragon Taste Like?
Of all the herbs in a Green Goddess Dip, tarragon is the least well known, so you may be wondering what it tastes like.
It has a slight licorice flavor, with sweet and bitter notes. It has the same compound in it that is in anise and fennel.
This easy creamy Green Goddess Dip is great on a sandwich or with veggies. Made with fresh herbs, it is sure to please! Click To Tweet
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How Long will Green Goddess Dip Last?
About 5 days in the fridge.
- If you let the dip sit in the fridge overnight it thickens up to a nice thick consistency.
- As always, taste as you go. You may want more or less of an herb than I’ve listed.
- With the amount of herbs that are in a package, I was able to make 2 batches of this recipe. If you don’t want to make 2 batches, you could add the extra herbs to a salad or make my Tofu Tarragon Salad with the extra tarragon, and make my Vegan Garden Vegetable Cream Cheese with the parsley and chives.
Green Goddess Dip Recipe
This vegan dip is perfect for Summer. If you’re a gardener, you’re going to want this recipe in your repertoire.
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Green Goddess Dip
- Mix all ingredients in a food processor.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.