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Green Goddess Salad Bowl

green goddess salad

This is a dish that my husband and I have made nearly every day for lunch for almost a year now. This salad is so nutritious and so tasty that even after this much time, we still look forward to it!

We attribute the fact this salad is so delicious to the yummy dressing that is drizzled over the top. All four of my children agree and are even happy to have it drizzled over any other meal, anytime! Because of the ingredients used to make the dressing, it is a perfectly effortless way to get your kids to eat their greens!

Green Goddess Salad Bowl

This recipe will serve two for a main course or will even stretch to four if you’re using it as a meal accompaniment. To make the salad half of the meal you will need the following ingredients:

  • 1 head of lettuce (the darker the better!)
  • 1 small cucumber, chopped
  • A range of different tomatoes (even different colours too!), chopped
  • 2 spring onions, chopped – use all of it!
  • A large handful of black kalamata olives
  • 1 red onion, sliced
  • 1/2 an avocado, diced
  • A large handful of toasted pine nuts

Simply combine all of these ingredients in a dish and mix well together!

Next, acquire the following ingredients to create the dressing:

  • The juice of 1/2 of a blood orange
  • 7 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tbsp. of tamari
  • 1/2 an avocad
  • A fistful of coriander
  • A fistful of parsley
  • A fistful of mint
  • 1 small garlic clove
  • 1 tbsp. of agave nectar or 1 date, de-stoned
  • Sea salt and pepper to taste

If you have a high-speed blender, such as a Vitamix, then now is the time to get it out! Even if you don’t own a Vitamix then a normal device will do the trick. Chuck all of the dressing ingredients into your blender and whizz together before pouring over your salad.

Green Goddess Salad Nutrition

This is such a gorgeous dish to make and takes next to no time to prepare once you have all of the ingredients. Salad is a lunch time favourite of many people and by including a healthy home-made dressing such as this one instead of heaps of pre-made supermarket stuff, you’re doing your body countless favours.


The inclusion of an entire avocado in this meal, split between the salad and the dressing, is one aspect that is particularly good for you. Avocados are an amazing source of protein and carotenoids; despite often being associated with a high fat content, they are beneficial fats.

avocado nutrition recipe

These fats actually boost your HDL cholesterol count. As you may know, HDL is the good kind of cholesterol and is essential in the bodies fight against free radicals! The fat content is also good for the continued optimum health of your heart as it protects against a range of diseases.

Blood Oranges

Blood oranges are fantastic for a variety of purposes, whether you’re eating them raw, squeezing the juice out of them or including in meals. They contain absolutely no cholesterol and an incredibly low amount of fat whilst also being rich in vitamin C, potassium and several other important vitamins and minerals.

Consuming a portion of this fruit every day will do wonders for your health and they are also less acidic then usual types of orange.

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This Post Has 33 Comments

  1. Hi Julie, First, a big thanks for liking my latest post and choosing to follow my blog. I am complimented. Thanks also for sharing healthy food ideas and recipes with us

  2. Thanks for liking “chicken taste.” A friend tells me the boa constrictor he eats in restaurants in Vietnam “tastes like chicken.” I’d prefer the Green Goddess Salad Bowl by far.

  3. I can’t wait to share this with our farm CSA members! I love giving them ideas for homemade salad dressings – they make salads so much more appealing!

  4. I referred to Green Goddess today in my post as a dressing I don’t usually eat, but this one looks really good. I may have to edit it to something else, after seeing these pics! 🙂

    1. Hi there, with a condition of this kind, I think a plant-based diet would be great for you. By cutting out meat and dairy products especially you can relieve the symptoms and I would also suggest cutting down on spicy foods if not completely cutting them out completely! Consuming more fruit and grains as well as sticking to low fat treats should also help you manage your condition. I offer nutritional consultations so if you would like to get some more in depth advice on the topic then visit my main site and get in touch 🙂

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