Roasted garlic dressing
Don't you just love it when you accidentally discover a recipe which you immediately love and what more its a bonus when you tweak it to make it absolutely healthy.
I am tired of vinaigrette. I mean I like a healthy low calorie dressing for my salads and the usual common easy option are different vinaigrette and so I was browsing through Martha Stewart's website when I suddenly came across this Roasted Garlic dressing. Ah for a garlic lover such as myself I knew it was the right recipe but the original recipe had sour cream among other ingredients and so I tweaked it and had a fabulous salad . You can use this as a great dip as well.
Serves 1 to 2
200gm curd which you have to drain by hanging
1 head of garlic
1 tbsp olive oil
Salt as per taste
For the salad :-
1 wedge of iceberg lettuce
Start by first hanging the curd to drain it of all the water. Preheat the oven to 200C and then take a foil and place your garlic head and lop off a bit from the bottom and pour the olive oil wrap the foil and roast for 40 minutes to 50 minutes. Once done let it cool down and squeeze out the creamy roasted garlic and smash it with a fork and then add the hung curd and whisk well and add salt.
Pour it over the ledge of iceberg lettuce for a delightful creamy garlicky meal