Appetizers & Snacks

Green Goddess Dip

July 16, 2016

Anchovies, chives, parsley, wine vinegar, sour cream…the original Green Goddess dressing was created by Chef Phillip Roemer of San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in 1923 for a banquet in honor of actor George Arliss who was starring in William Archer’s play, “The Green Goddess.” Add some minced garlic and zowie-wowie! It becomes a potent dip like this one we found in a 1940s “Let’s Eat Red Dot Potato Chips” company flyer. (Gotta love those little treasures you find tucked inside vintage cookbooks!) If you want to go the full monty and make the mayonnaise from scratch, we’ve included a recipe for homemade mayo (… but don’t feel guilty if you just buy the Hellmann’s or Duke’s.)

 

Green Goddess Dip
Anchovies, chives, parsley, wine vinegar, sour cream…the original Green Goddess dressing was created by Chef Phillip Roemer of San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in 1923, add some minced garlic and zowie wowie! Amazing dip for chips or raw fresh veggies
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Dressing Ingredients
  1. 1 clove garlic, finely grated
  2. 2 Tbsp anchovy paste
  3. 3 Tbsp finely-snipped chives
  4. 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  5. 1 Tbsp wine vinegar
  6. ½ cup sour cream
  7. 1 cup mayonnaise (recipe below, or, store-bought)
  8. 1/3 cup finely-chopped parsley
  9. coarse salt
  10. Coarsely ground black pepper
Homemade Mayonnaise Ingredients
  1. 2 egg yolks
  2. ½ tsp salt
  3. ½ tsp sugar
  4. ¾ tsp dry mustard
  5. a few grains freshly ground pepper
  6. dash paprika
  7. dash cayenne
  8. 1 Tbsp vinegar
  9. 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  10. 1 cup vegetable oil
Instructions
  1. Make homemade mayonnaise: Combine egg, salt, sugar, mustard, pepper, paprika and cayenne. Add vinegar and lemon juice. Add oil in drops/ very slow stream, while beating in bowl of stand mixer. Makes about 1 ½ cups mayonnaise.
  2. Make dressing: Combine ingredients in the order given. Fold into a serving bowl and chill. Serve with potato chips, or, raw fresh vegetables....or use your imagination...I'm thinking this would be very good with baked potatoes, or croquettes, too!
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