Cilantro Orange Dressing

This summer I picked up a beautiful Asian Cilantro plant from our favourite garden centre. Along with a couple basil plants, it was nestled into a lovely little home in the planter on our steps, just outside the front door. Throughout the season, we were greeted by the scents shared with us by these herbs, and it was so simple to poke our heads and hands out the door and snip off some leaves to bring to the kitchen.

My favourite use for the Asian Cilantro is this lovely, light, and cheerful dressing, that will bring a bit of summer cheer into the winter home.

Ingredients (in a fly by the seat of your pants kinda style – make it to suit your tastebuds)

// Juice of one orange (1/4 cup)

// 1/4 cup chopped fresh asian (or other) cilantro

// 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

// 2 teaspoons sesame oil

// 1 tbsp or more toasted sesame seeds

// 1 tbsp or more hemp seeds (optional)

// pinch of sea salt


“You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh ingredients.” ― Julia Child  Tweet This

Feel welcome to share your favourite dressing recipe in the comments!

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This post was shared as a part of Thank Goodness It’s Monday at Nourishing Joy and Simply Natural Saturdays at The Pistachio Project.

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