Green Onion Salad Dressing

Posted on Feb 17 2011 - 3:40am by Mike Lieberman

A while back I received that tip from my Facebook friend, Leah, about how to grow green onions from green onions. Now here is a salad dressing recipe using those green onions.

    Here’s what you’ll need:
  • 2-3 whole green onions
  • 1/4 cup of olive oil
  • 2-3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon of raw honey
  • Dash of sea salt

    How to make
  • Place all ingredients in blender or food processor
  • Blend up until smooth and creamy
  • Adjust the ingredients to your taste


  • Amanda Howe

    I’m definitely going to snag this recipe, maybe substitute some walnut oil for a nutty flavor. Well played, Mike!

  • Mike Lieberman

    Nice. I likes the walnut oil idea.

  • Manure Tea Gardening

    Well, guess what’s going on my lunch salad : ) Fantastic Annie

  • Jes_divine

    That is the coolest thing ever (growing green onions from former ones). Totally Rad. I think the “new” green onions taste better than any supermarket junk anyway! I’ll have to try out that recipe, maybe w/some agave. Salad season approaches.

  • Mike Lieberman

    Nice. Lemme know what you thinks.

  • Mike Lieberman

    It’s always salad season in my crib.

  • Tara

    That actually sounds really good Mike – thanks for the recipe! :)

  • Mike Lieberman

    You tryin to say that my other stuff ain’t? :-)

  • fer

    looks very yummy. I will give it a try

  • Mdsmedile

    Thanks for the yummy recipe!!

  • Mike Lieberman

    Word. I only make the yummy recipes.

  • Petunia GreenBeans

    Step 1: attempt to grow green onions
    Step 2: try this recipes- sounds so simple and yummy!
    Step 3: Move that plug away from the sink Mike, you’re making me nervous!!!

  • Mike Lieberman

    Hhahaa, but that’s where the outlet is. If you buy green onions, you can grow more from them on your kitchen counter.

  • Special K

    Loved this dressing! We belong to a CSA that always give us green onions with very long tops so I just use a big handful of green tops to make this. I also added a little tablespoon of sour cream and Greek yogurt to give it some creaminess because I was craving a creamy dressing tonight. Def a keeper!