Creamy Garlic Salad Dressing and Sauce

A new fave around here, this garlic dressing will liven up your salads, but it also makes a wicked tasty sauce, added directly to meats, or even stirred into sauces.

It also happens to make a pretty spiffy pizza topping, as shown here.

At first, I was a little concerned that there would not be enough of a garlic hit with “only” two cloves of garlic, but, fret ye not!

The garlic is strong in this one!

•1/2 cup sour cream
•1/3 cup mayonnaise
•2 cloves minced garlic
•1 tbsp white vinegar
•2 tsp water,
•2 tsp lemon juice
•2 tsp sugar
•1 tsp dried parsley
•1/4 tsp black pepper
•1/4 tsp kosher salt
•1 or 2 tbsp milk

Note: the dressing is kinda thick, which is why I’ve included adding a bit of milk (or even half and half) to thin it out a bit.

For best results, combine the ingredients together early in the day (or, even better, the day before) then stash in a jar in the fridge to allow the flavors to really develop.

Use as you will.

Here, it is being added to my Tamari Dressing.

I’ve also stirred some into a Balsamic Onion Sauce for pork chops.

It even works a treat on salads!

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