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I’ve got the BEST Greek salad dressing recipe for you! Not only is it flavorful and authentic tasting, learning how to make Greek salad dressing is super simple. This homemade Greek salad dressing is incredibly easy to make – just one simple step – and has all of the flavors of a traditional Greek salad dressing.
This also happens to be one of the simple recipes in my Easy Keto Cookbook. Just like the Cobb salad I shared recently, this is another one of those recipes that happens to be keto friendly but is perfectly enjoyable for everyone at the table.
The book has 100 can’t-believe-that’s-keto recipes included, with a special section for easy condiments like this one… including homemade mayo, ranch dressing, sugar-free “honey” mustard, raspberry sauce, and more. Beyond condiments, the vast majority is filled with everyday meals and dishes simple enough to make quickly, with 10 ingredients or less. Every recipe has a photo, macros, and helpful tips included, too.
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Greek Salad Dressing Ingredients
So, what is Greek dressing made of? The ingredients in this homemade Greek salad dressing are very simple and you probably have all of them already in your pantry… which means you can whip this up anytime.
For traditional Greek salad dressing, you’ll need:
- Olive oil
- Red wine vinegar
- Lemon juice
- Dijon mustard
- Dried oregano
- Garlic powder
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
How To Make Greek Salad Dressing From Scratch
The best Greek salad dressing recipe is also incredibly easy to make – simply whisk everything together in a bowl or jar.
Aaaaand it’s ready for drizzling!
Homemade Greek Salad Dressing Recipe FAQs
What dressing goes with Greek salad?
This healthy homemade Greek salad dressing, of course! 😉 You could also do oil and vinegar for a simpler option, though.
What is Greek dressing like?
Greek salad dressing is a classic vinaigrette. It’s very similar to Italian dressing, but is not sweet.
Is Greek dressing keto friendly? Gluten-free? Dairy-free? Healthy?
Yes, this Greek salad dressing recipe is all of the above! This may vary if you get it at a restaurant or use a different recipe, but usually that’s the case.
How much Greek dressing do I need for my salad?
I recommend 1 tablespoon dressing to every 1 to 1 1/2 cups salad. But, the amount per serving can vary depending on the type of salad:
- If your salad has greens: A serving of salad will be 2 to 3 cups, so about 2 tablespoons dressing will go with it.
- For a salad without greens: A serving will be smaller (typically about 1 cup), so 1 tablespoon dressing should be sufficient for a serving.
Greek Salad Dressing Storage Instructions
Can you make it ahead?
Yes, you can definitely make this basic Greek salad dressing ahead.
How to store Greek dressing
Store this traditional Greek salad dressing in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks.
Like any vinaigrette, this dressing may separate or even solidify after storing in the fridge for a while. Simply let it warm up to room temperature and shake it to re-emulsify.
More Easy Mediterranean Recipes
If you like this authentic Greek salad dressing recipe, you might also like some of these Mediterranean-inspired low carb recipes:
- Best Greek Salad – Traditional Greek salad dressing is a must for this Greek salad.
- Mediterranean Collard Wraps – With a surprising spread inside!
- Chopped Mediterranean Salad – This one uses a sun-dried tomato vinaigrette, but would also be perfect with Greek salad dressing.
- Roasted Cauliflower Hummus – You’ll swear that this is hummus made with chickpeas!
- Grilled Lamb Kofta Kebab – These go perfectly with a Greek salad.
- Keto Cauliflower Tabbouleh – This light and bright salad makes a great side dish for Mediterranean meals.
Tools To Make Easy Greek Dressing:
Click the links below to see the items used to make this recipe.
- Salad Dressing Shaker – Make and store your simple homemade Greek salad dressing in this handy container.
- Lunch Salad Container – This container has separate compartments for lettuce, toppings, and traditional Greek salad dressing.
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In a small bowl, whisk together all the ingredients until smooth.
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Serving size: 2 tbsp
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Nutrition Information Per Serving
Where does nutrition info come from? Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from the USDA Food Database. You can find individual ingredient carb counts we use in the Low Carb & Keto Food List. Net carb count excludes fiber, erythritol, and allulose, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. (Learn about net carbs here.) We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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