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    This is from one of our favorite Japanese restaurants. It's different but is the perfect combination with a Japanese style meal when the flavors all meld together. We serve with recipe #234170 and it all blends perfectly on the plate.

    Recipe #250231

    My Dad is very fond of a creamy sesame dressing found in Japanese restaurant near him and has asked me if I can come up with something close to it. I tasted it, tasted it, and tasted it and came to a conclusion that it's a commercial based salad dressing with raw eggs, very sharp vinegar taste reminiscent of kewpie mayonnaise taste and something else I could not pinpoint. That salad dressing is good, but when you taste it by itself, I realize there were lots of stablizers, preservatives, and chemical taste that I did not like. But still, I had to come up with something for Dad because he was paying $5 for a cup of this dressing and he was going through it quickly. This is my rendition and I think much tastier one that I am proud of. You can easily grind roasted sesame seeds in coffee grinder for 1 second or you can mortar and pestle. It should only be partially ground

    Recipe #252395

    Quick to make and is great on a plate of mixed greens.

    Recipe #256404

    No one who has red wine + white vinegar always on-hand should ever be buying commercially-prepared red wine vinegar. Using this 2-ingredient 1:3 ratio mixture w/a 1 min prep is ideal for recipes requiring red wine vinegar & can easily be doubled or tripled to get a larger volume than 1/4 cup as desired. It can also be infused w/garlic or other herbs as desired. I use this a lot & just today discovered to my surprise that this easy-fix copycat was not in the Zaar data base. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #337211

    I needed a salad dressing for an Italian dinner one night, and I wasn't in the mood for a vinaigrette. At our house, anything with pesto is a winner! :) This is a very thick salad dressing (especially if you use regular mayo), so you don't have to get your salad greens scrupulously dry - the excess water will loosen up the dressing.

    Recipe #310828

    Checking out the new Cooking Channel today. Saw this salad dressing recipe that looked interesting!

    Recipe #428652

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Easy Homemade Mayonnaise recipe posted per a board request.

    Recipe #30583

    This is an old favourite in New Zealand, I think most people can remember their mum making a lettuce salad and having this dressing on the side. It is printed in the Edmonds Cookbook, but I have printed my mum's recipe below (as it uses less vinegar & salt).

    Recipe #114426

    I love all things orange flavored. This is a fantastic dressing on spinach or mixed spring greens.

    Recipe #166432


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