Everyday Dorie: Green Goddess Sipper, Soup or Shots

June 25, 2021 at 8:58 pm | Posted in cook the book fridays, everyday dorie, groups, savory things, soups | 4 Comments
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green goddess sipper, soup or shots

It’s summertime, aka salad and chilled soup season. This Green Goddess Sipper, Soup or Shots is a cold soup based on a salad dressing, so it’s peak season over here. To make this, first you need a batch of Dorie’s “Demi-Goddess” dressing, a lighter version of green goddess made with yogurt, buttermilk, avocado, cucumber and lots of herbs. Then you doctor it up with more herbs, another cuke and a zuke, and thin it out with extra buttermilk. All this action takes place in a blender, so you get a creamy, bright green soup you can sip through a straw, eat with a spoon or down as a shot. It’s herbacious and tangy, and a cool way to get your chlorophyll. As a bonus, you can save the “Demi-Goddess” dressing you don’t use in it for your next salad.

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see how the group liked this one.

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  1. The red straws with the green goddess soup look so sharp and delightful.

  2. Yes to all of this (especially the leftover dressing!). gorgeous photo!

  3. It sure was tangy! Yours look delicious and I love your straws!

  4. Beautiful photo. This one wasn’t going to fly with my family so I begged off this week.


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