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Greek Salad Dressing

This Greek salad dressing is fresh, flavorful, easy to make and tastes better than anything you can buy in the store. Whip up a fresh batch and store it in your fridge!

This Greek salad dressing is fresh, flavorful, easy to make and tastes better than anything you can buy in the store.

When it comes to making Greek salads, it only makes sense to drizzle Greek salad dressing on top.

But you’d be remiss to think that’s the only salad this dressing is good for. Greek salad dressing is extremely versatile and also a perfect marinade for anything you might want to toss on the grill in summertime – veggies, chicken, fish, you name it.

Greek Salad Dressing Recipe Video

While it’s easy to whip up this recipe it always helps to watch a quick video. Give it a watch below!

What’s in a Greek Salad Dressing?

A traditional Greek salad dressing is really a Greek vinaigrette as it contains olive oil, red wine vinegar, lemon juice, Dijon mustard, minced garlic cloves, dried oregano (the key ingredient) and salt and pepper.

You can use virgin or extra virgin olive oil, but I think more important is the red wine vinegar, Dijon mustard and spices you use. Opt for quality ingredients like this organic red wine vinegar and Dijon mustard. And you know I’m a big fan of Simply Organic spices (did you see my Spice Drawer Organization video?).

Once you’ve got all your ingredients in a bowl, it’s as easy as whisking it all together. Then drizzle it on my Greek Salad, Greek Chicken Salad, or use it as a marinade on Greek Chicken Kabobs.

This Greek salad dressing is fresh, flavorful, easy to make and tastes better than anything you can buy in the store.

More Healthy Salad Dressing Recipes

Simple homemade salad dressings are the best. Here’s a few more of my favorites…

Greek salad dressing in a glass jar in front of Greek salad.

Greek salad dressing in a glass jar in front of Greek salad.
4.98 from 44 votes

Greek Salad Dressing

Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 5 mins
Servings: 8 servings
Author: Lisa Bryan
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A delicious Greek salad dressing recipe that will make you want to hop on a plane to Greece! Watch the video above to see how quickly it comes together.

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup red wine vinegar
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1 tsp Dijon Mustard
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1/2 tsp dried oregano
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper
  • 1/2 cup olive oil

Instructions

  • Add all of the ingredients, except the olive oil to a bowl and whisk together.
  • Slowly add the olive oil and whisk vigorously while pouring until the dressing is emulsified.

Lisa's Tips

Nutrition

Serving: 2tbsp, Calories: 123.5kcal, Carbohydrates: 0.6g, Protein: 0.1g, Fat: 13.6g, Saturated Fat: 1.9g, Sodium: 89.8mg, Fiber: 0.1g, Sugar: 0.2g
Course: dressing
Cuisine: Greek
Keyword: greek salad dressing, greek vinaigrette
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110 comments on “Greek Salad Dressing”

  1. My husband made this tonight for our Greek salad which was accompanied moussaka and loukoumades for dessert. Although everything was fantastic, this dressing was the hands down favorite of the night. The acidity and brightness provided a perfect foil to the rich and hearty moussaka. My 15 year old went back for thirds on the salad. Everything about this dressing was perfect and authentic!

  2. This is my go to vinaigrette recipe. I swap out the vinegar for whatever I have on hand. Also love using the immersion blender to mix, which makes it creamy with no extra ingredients. Thank you Lisa!