Yummy dressing! I had over romaine lettuce and enjoyed it. I did add a little water to thin. Thanks so much!
This was quite good, very different from most salad dressing. I followed the ingredients according to the directions but made only 1 cup, so I do believe I might have used a tad too much soy sauce, next time I will use a little less and it will be even better.
Tad too sweet, but my husband said it was "good" and ate all of his salad, so we'll give it a 4. I will make it again and use less sugar (splenda), a little salt. more garlic and a splash of rice wine vinegar. Made for ZWT4.
I've been looking for this exact dressing in bottled form for years! Who knew it was so easy. A couple of salad ideas: 1) I worked at a restaurant for years which made this salad I loved. Lettuce, red bell peppers, carrots, mushrooms, green onions. That part was dressed in a sweet sesame ginger dressing. It was topped with spaghetti noodles dressed in THIS dressing, and a grilled chicken breast. 2) Use this dressing on a simple romaine salad topped with a grilled chicken breast and a good amount of fresh pineapple salsa.
This is a delightfully different salad dressing! I made it exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. I think it would also be good to put over chicken too. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe, Rinshinomori.
Very ono! Just like the Sam Choy oriental dressing I used to buy - now I can make my own. =)
You are so right - Ono good! I too love all of those Hawaiian chefs and I've been wanting to try this dressing. I used black sesame seeds (Kuro Goma) and made as directed. Thanks Rinshinomori for another good recipe. Made for PAC Spring 2008.
This is a very different but very good salad dressing. I have been trying to replicate the recipe our local Japanese steakhouse uses. I added a little honey and some rice wine vinegar. Thanks for sharing.