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If you like the flavors of Asian food, try out this homemade Asian Salad Dressing with your next salad! It’s a refreshing change from your more common salad dressings!
Asian Salad Dressing
If you like the flavors of Asian food, try out this homemade Asian Salad Dressing with your next salad! It's a refreshing change from your more common salad dressings!
Contains soy. Free of peanut, tree nut, egg, dairy, wheat/gluten, fish, shellfish, seeds, and corn.
Soy allergy? Try coconut aminos or a homemade "soy" sauce!
- 3 oz rice vinegar
- 1.5 oz low-sodium soy sauce
- 1/4 tsp ground ginger
- 1 garlic clove, crushed
- 7ish oz canola oil
- Add rice vinegar and soy sauce to a dressing carafe--one that holds roughly 12 ounces.
- Add the ginger, and then press a clove of garlic directly into the carafe.
- Add the canola oil (or vegetable oil of your choice) until your carafe is full. I don't measure mine, but it'll be roughly 7 ounces.
- Put on the lid, shake together, and enjoy over salad or as a tasty sauce!
© 2023 © Eileen Rhoadarmer - Allergy Superheroes, unless otherwise noted
Start with the rice vinegar
Add in your soy sauce (or use Coconut Aminos or a homemade “soy” sauce.)
Add your garlic
And the ground ginger
Lastly, add the oil to the 12 ounce mark
Shake and serve!
We not only use this on salads, but also as a dipping sauce! It tasted great on the chicken we had with our Egg-Free Fried Rice last week!
How will you enjoy this tasty twist on salad dressing?
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