Healthy Thai Almond Dressing

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Because we aren’t eating any legumes right now, I wanted to create a non-peanut version of my delicious Thai Peanut Dip/Dressing/Marinade. This amazing base can do so much! I had to wrestle the spoon away from my husband so that he didn’t just eat it straight out of the blender. I did a Periscope where I featured 3 healthy salad dressings. To watch me make them: click here. It all goes into a blender for less than five seconds. You can add extra water to make it go a bit further, or use less water to use it as a dip. My version is Paleo-friendly. The key is to use a nice roasted almond butter so that you get that rich nutty flavor.

Healthy Thai Almond Dressing

By August 25, 2015

You can use this as a dip for chicken or beef, or just use it with vegetables. Either way, you're going to smile.

  • Prep Time : 5 minutes
  • Rating 5 stars - based on 3 review(s)
  • Yield : 4


  1. Add all ingredients to a blender (use more or less liquid depending on your use--do more if you need a marinade, and less if you want a dip).
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