In my Grandma's Greek Dressing Recipe you'll find simple ingredients like fresh garlic and lemon juice combined with dried oregano, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper and olive oil for the absolute BEST Greek salad dressing.Yields 3/4 cup or serves 6 (2 tablespoon) servings.
1clovegarlicgrated or squeezed through a garlic press
1/4teaspoonfreshly ground black pepper
1teaspoondried oreganorubbed in palm to crush
1/4cupfreshly squeezed lemon juicestrained of seeds and pulp (about 1½ small lemons)
1/2cupgood quality olive oil
In a glass jar (or container with a tight fitting lid) add grated garlic, salt and pepper.
Measure and add oregano to your palm of your hand. Rub it between your fingers until finely crushed.
Add that to a glass jar (or container with a tight fitting lid) along with the grated fresh garlic, salt and black pepper.
Pour in the (strained) freshly squeezed lemon juice and the olive oil.
Shake or whisk well to combine.
You will need to shake or whisk in-between each use.
What is the Best Way To Store Greek Dressing?
Store dressing in a glass jar or container that has a tight fitting lid. Keep refrigerated in-between use. This dressing will eventually solidify when refrigerated. When this happens, set it out 30 minutes prior to using or hold the bottom of the jar under running warm water or place the jar in a bowl with warm water for a few minutes.
How Long Will Homemade Greek Dressing Last?
If stored properly, this dressing will last up to 4 days.