A simple vinaigrette with all the flavors you love in Greek dressing without FODMAPs. This Low FODMAP Greek Dressing recipe uses Dijon mustard, red wine vinegar, and dried oregano, emulsified with infused garlic oil and avocado oil.
Leave behind the FODMAPs and the issues they cause, and enjoy your Greek salad dressing on a simple green salad, your favorite pasta salad, or Banza Greek rice salad. Use this dressing on roasted veggies to add a little more Greek flavor to your meals.
- Avacado Oil - Or any neutral-tasting oil.
- Infused Garlic Oil - Make sure your oil does not have any pieces of garlic in it. You want the garlic flavor, not the garlic! Trader Joe's makes a great infused garlic oil.
- Red Wine Vinegar - Also, white wine vinegar will work.
- Dried Oregano
- Dijon Mustard - I love Grey Poupon Dijon mustard.
- Kosher Salt
- Fresh Ground Pepper - Add as much as you want or as little as you want.
See the recipe card for the exact measurements and complete instructions. Selected ingredients are based on current serving sizes measured by the Monash FODMAP App at the time of publishing. As always, follow your gut and modify as needed.Jump to Recipe
In a small bowl or mason jar, add the avocado oil and infused garlic oil.
Next, add the red wine vinegar and whisk.
Then add your spices and Dijon mustard. Top with some fresh ground pepper.
Whisk until oil and vinegar is emulsified. That’s it!
Low FODMAP Greek Dressing
- Mason Jar or Small Bowl
- ¼ cup avocado oil
- 1 Tablespoon infused garlic oil without garlic pieces
- 3 Tablespoons red wine vinegar
- ½ teaspoon dried oregano
- ½ teaspoon Dijon mustard
- ¼ teaspoon Kosher salt
- fresh ground pepper
- In a small bowl or mason jar, add both the oils and whisk.
- Add in the red wine vinegar and whisk.
- Add in dried oregano, Dijon mustard, Kosher salt, and fresh ground pepper.
- Whisk until the dressing comes together and is fully emulsified.
Want a more robust garlic flavor? Skip the avocado oil and use all infused garlic oil. The Low FODMAP Greek dressing will have a more robust garlic flavor without the fructan-filled garlic.
This salad dressing should be stored in your refrigerator in an airtight container for up to four days. It is best to make a fresh recipe instead of using an older version.
Garlic has fructans, which are soluble in water but NOT in oil! As long as the oil does not have pieces of garlic, you can enjoy infused garlic oil even if you cannot tolerate fructans.
Want some more Greek meal ideas? Add some marinated Greek yogurt chicken, Greek salad, Banza rice Greek salad, or lemon rice to your meal plans. Try tzatziki dressing for a creamier option if you need an alternative to a vinaigrette-style Greek dressing. No matter what you choose, all options are delicious!