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Moroccan Salad Dressing Ideas

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Moroccan Salad Dressing Ideas — Moroccan Salad Dainty, delightful, and delicious, Moroccan salad dressings pack a flavorful punch and are totally gratifying! From mild to meaty, these dressings bring to your table a tantalizing array of tastes and textures, sumptuous enough to add a new life to your cold salads and side dishes. Ifood.tv brings you ten sensational Moroccan salad dressing ideas that offer creative spins on comforting, classic Moroccan dressings.


 


 


Top 10 Moroccan Salad Dressing Ideas


 


 


1. Spiced Lemon Dressing


Inspired by flavors of North Africa, this zesty Moroccan dressing tastes delish when drizzled over and devoured with mixed greens, grain, or Quinoa salads.


 


 


2. Cumin Lime Vinaigrette


Cumin Lime Vinaigrette


 


The warm flavor of cumin melds beautifully with tangy limes that give an extra kick to your salads and sides. What’s more, this zesty vinaigrette totally rocks your fish, veggies or poultry salads!


 


 


3. Lemon Parsley Vinaigrette


Lemon parsley vinaigrette is the perfect addition to any salads and makes for a delicious appearance in your feggous and tomato salad or typical Moroccan steamed courgette delicacies.


 


 


4. Fresh Basil Vinaigrette


Fresh Basil Vinaigrette


Satisfy your cravings with this light, bright, emerald-hued vinaigrette that goes well with almost all artichoke and asparagus salads.


 


 


5. Light Lemon Vinaigrette


This light, lemony, dairy-free dressing pairs brilliantly with any fruit-and-vegetable salad. The mellow honey just helps to stand up to the sharp flavors of lemons.


 


 


6. Black Olive Dressing


Black Olive Dressing


Parsley, black olives, and anchovies jazz up the yummy dressing that best complements a chicken and spinach salad.


 


 


7. Green Mayonnaise Dressing


This creamy, greeny mayo dressing evokes flavors of a zesty Moroccan creamy dressing and with almost little investment of time.


 


 


8. Warm Lentil Dressing


Warm Lentil Dressing


Warm, earthy flavors of lentil totally help to spruce up the taste and texture of your arugula salad. For an added kick of taste, don’t forget to add loads of garlic and herbs into it.


 


 


9. Lime Cilantro Dressing


This amazing, tangy dressing creates a firework of zingy, zesty flavors inside your mouth no sooner you spoon a ladleful of Moroccan medley salad into your mouth.


 


 


10. Yogurt Dressing


A classic Moroccan yogurt dressing usually combines jars of yogurt, loads of cucumbers, herbs, and a dash of oil.


 


 


When it comes to salad dressings, there is usually no dearth of options. However, nothing beats the zesty, satisfying flavors of Moroccan salad dressing. Try it to know it!


 


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14 Comments

colorfulcandies's picture
Great read!
Anonymous's picture
Tangy adn spicy, the lemon dressing is always my favorite...
Anonymous's picture
Never tried Moroccan food. Maybe it's time
Rashmi.vilas's picture
Nice to read about classic Moroccan dressings, Gr8 pics! just cannot resist my urge to taste...
Priam's picture
Interesting...
Anonymous's picture
Exotic Moroccan salad dressing are just irrestible..!!
Anonymous's picture
Salad dressings are the hearty of the salads. They make a salad taste altogether yummy. These Moroccan salad dressing ideas surely will make salads a tasty treat.
sanghamitra.chowdhury's picture
I have never tried moroccan salad...tempted to try after reading this
Anonymous's picture
Hey wow these are good salad recipes for Eid! Very nice pics
barbecue's picture
novel recipe idea
Anonymous's picture
Good ideas about Moroccan cuisine.... its getting quite famous.......thanks for sharing...
party.popper's picture
Very nice ideas...will try some for sure
Ron's picture
I haven't tasted any of these yet but I can definitely say that the Moroccan Yogurt Dressing is (would be) my favorite :)
chockyfoodie's picture
Thanks, I will share these ideas with my friends who are observing Ramadan.