Greek salad dressings, a staple in most American homes, are now on the menu of the globalized culinary establishment.
In India, the country with the world’s largest salad-making industry, there are several options to choose from.
And it’s not just Greek, either.
According to the World Salad Association, there is a Greek-style salad dressing called kataki, which is a mix of olive oil, water, vinegar, salt, and pepper.
If you prefer, you can make your own, and make it from scratch.
The recipe is easy and simple.
For this salad dressing recipe, I decided to go with a little-known brand of Greek dressing called Kattik.
“It is a sweet and tangy dressing that is great with chicken, beef, or pork,” says Karla Whelan, a New York City-based chef and owner of The Kattie Kitchen, a small but popular Italian restaurant and salad bar in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg.
Whelan’s husband, Matt, says his mom-in-law once used to make this dressing.
“It was my favorite dressing because it was sweet and fresh,” she says.
There are dozens of variations of Greek salad dresses on the market, and it’s a good bet that you’ll find something that works for your family.
But to make your favorite salad dressing?
Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil (I used vegetable oil, not margarine)