Wow! You even can use the leftover dressing for a smaller salad later.
This was very different than any cucumber salad I've had and I loved it! I used a jalapeno (sliced seeds and all) because I always have them on hand. I also used splenda in place of regular sugar. I really enjoyed this...so crunchy and delicious. I thought there were going to be leftovers for me today but db ate them all. I did put the leftover dressing back in the fridge so I can just drizzle it over a salad today. I will make this again.
I loved your combination of cucumbers,with all the spicy ingredients.I made this with Shapeweavers Asian Pork and noodle bowl.Went very well together.Thank -you for a nice way to eat cucumbers.Thanks!Rose of Sharon
Yummy cucumbers! I didn't have any chili peppers, so I used crushed red pepper flakes. I also topped it off with crushed peanuts. It was a big hit. Thanks for posting!
Terrific cucumber salad recipe! I love sweet, tart, spicy dishes so this was perfect for me. Thanks tigerduck!
I enjoyed this. It was nice to have a change from the usual creamy cucumber salads. Thanks for posting!
Yummy recipe! I enjoyed the different tastes! I made this for the Asian Spirits Challenge for Zaar World Tour!
This is a very crunchy and tasty cucumber salad, somewhat like the Japanese namasu (pickled cucumber recipe ). I used Japanese cucumbers and I did not take out the seeds. I cut it into rounds. Also, I didn't have dark rice vinegar and dark shoyu sauce, I used the white Japanese rice vinegar and the regular Japanese shoyu sauce which made it very tasty. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. Enjoyed it!!!
Yummy. So glad I chose to make this recipe. Loved the balance of heat and sweet. This is a winner.
Excellent--a nice hit of fire, balanced beautifully against the slight sweetness of the rice vinegar. Cooking the dressing really does bring out different tones in the dressing than a traditional cold dressing would. Thanks, Duck!