Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

from Top Secret Recipes

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender.
  2. Blend on high speed for about 30 seconds or until all of the ginger is well pureed.
Most Helpful

This recipe is incredible. You can't tell it from the restuarant's version. I took the time to finely mince each vegetable the first time I made it. However, cutting into bigger pieces saves a good bit of time. And running it through the blender will puree it to perfection. I like to serve this on grilled chicken breasts, over steamed carrots and broccoli, and especially on leafy green salads, chef style or Chinese style. I also substituted malt vinegar for the rice vinegar. It is easier to find; a lot of stores do not carry rice vinegar. Bon appetit' KatO

KatO April 09, 2002

I would give this more stars if possible. It tastes like an extremely close replica to Benihana's ginger salad dressing. Absolutley delicious! The only thing I didn't do was add the celery - not a big fan, and I don't think it changed the flavor much. One thing - I was tempted to add more garlic, but I'm so glad I didn't. The measurements in this are "right on the money." I served this over a bed of baby lettuces, plum tomatoes, & green onions. Day two - served on top of chopped up cucumber. This is going to be made in my house a lot! Thanks Mean!

Jill77 February 04, 2003

I wanted something different than my usual favorite(creamy french), and this looked intriguing. So I whipped it up in the blender and I am very impressed! The ginger flavor, combined with the other ingredients tastes wonderful with spring greens and carrots! Thanks for a different yummy dressing!

Sharon123 January 21, 2003