Monday, September 27, 2010

Pickle Pot Yogurt Dressing

I am so glad that you came today. If you are a Pickle Pot fan and recently made a Pickle Pot you will love this recipe for Pickle Pot Dressing.  The dressing was developed by Amy Green of Simply Sugar and Gluten Free and me on our last cooking adventure together.

        Amy Green and Miz Helen at The Country Cottage
Pickle Pot Yogurt Dressing
Amy Green and Helen Adams
1/4 cup pickles from The Pickle Pot
1/2 cup pickle pot juice
3/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
3/4 cup non fat plain yogurt
1/8 teaspoon dill weed
1 teaspoon agave nectar light
Salt to taste










Whirl pickles and pickle juice in a blender 






With the blender running stream in the
extra virgin olive oil














Transfer to a bowl and stir in yogurt










Stir in dill and agave




Salt to taste





Enjoy!




This is a beautiful rich thick dressing with a wonderful taste.  Amy and I have found that it is a great complement to pork and would most likely be good with chicken. I recently tried it on a baked potato and it was great. It keeps well in the refrigerator covered for up to a week.
If you do not have the Original Pickle Pot recipe you can link to it at the bottom of this post.

I always enjoy a new recipe that turns out as good as this one, but the real joy of this recipe was creating it with my friend. Amy and I had so much fun in the kitchen together.  I look forward to our next cooking adventure, and we will be sure to pass the recipe on to you. Let us know how your Pickle Pot Dressing turns out.
Thanks for stopping by and spending time with us today. I always look forward to seeing you.
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
Original Recipe Link:
The Pickle Pot

This post is Linked to:

Slightly Indulgent Tuesday
























18 comments:

  1. Can't wait to try this although I will have to say it will really have to be good to beat the original we grew up with....just sayin' it is actually time to refill the pot here...Be a Good Day!!

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  2. Helen - what a great post! I love the picture of us. :) And, yep, this is fantastic. I was a little worried Joe wouldn't eat it but when I saw him pouring it all over his pork I knew we'd struck gold. I shared this on Facebook & Twitter...hope some of our Pickle Pot lovers try this too.

    And - I found a new pickling spice last week so I've got a new jar working, along with some for Joe's co-workers. They asked me for their very own jar. Of course I said yes! Sending hugs!

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  3. It is really great that you and Amy could come up with something so delicious. Thanks for sharing this!

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  4. Oh Hello Miz Helen! So glad you stopped by A moderate life because now I can come visit you and follow your blog! Amy is one of my all time FAVORITE bloggie friends and I am so jealous you got to visit with her! This savory recipe sounds so good, and like Amy said, dressing isn't only for salad, it can sub as sauce! Hope you visit me on tuesday for the hearth and soul blog hop because I think YOU would fit right in! :) Alex@amoderatelife

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  5. Alex @ A Moderate Life,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy that you will be following along with us. I look forward to seeing you here.

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  6. I love the name pickle pot. The pickle pot dressing sounds delicious.

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  7. This sounds amazing. I have to agree with you, pork will be great with this. Thanks.

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  8. I love the combination of flavors! I can't wait to give this a try!

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  9. I know what else this dressing would taste good on...Burgers! I could use a burger with your pickle pot dressing right now ;p...

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  10. 2Ks,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy that you will be following along. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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  11. It looks like you two had such a fun time in the kitchen together. That dressing sounds fantastic.

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  12. Hi Mis Helen, it' me again! Just to let you know that I have an award for you. I'm glad I know you, even if it is only through blogging! Please do drop by to pick it up when you can. Have a lovely day.

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  13. This really sounds delicious, Miz Helen. I am new to your blog but love what I've found here. I'll be back often for insights and inspiration. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  14. this sounds awesome! i can't wait to make some-it reminds me vaguely of that greek sauce you get with gyros (that has a name tzitiki or something like that) and i think i must now have roast pork this weekend (again) so i can make this :) jamie

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  15. Love pickles, and am very curious about the pickle pot, heading there next! Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

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  16. Wow, this sounds really good - an interesting combination of flavours.

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  17. Hi Helen! Thank you for visiting my blog! I plan to enter your chili cook-off once I get my recipe posted later this week! Hope you'll come back soon. :)
    ~Paris

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  18. Paris,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy that you will be following along. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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Miz Helen

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