There’s just something about the refreshing taste of a pickle. Often served as an appetizer or a lunch side, they’re most likely hanging out in a jar in your fridge right now. If your house is anything like mine, they’re gone quickly…and the juice leftover is just poured down the drain. Until this recipe, I didn’t realize what a waste that was!
That refreshing taste of dill pickles is adaptable to a healthy salad dressing that will most definitely satisfy your craving for a fresh, enticing crisp green salad.
There are only 3 ingredients, so there’s no harm in trying this recipe out!
- 1.5 cups dill pickle juice
- 1 avocado, ripe (peeled & pitted)
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- salt & pepper to taste, optional
- In a food processor, combine the avocado, pickle juice and olive oil.
- Process/blend until well creamy, smooth and well combined.
- Pour over your favorite salad, and enjoy!
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