4 Reviews

Used this as suggested for your Dom's Chinese Chicken Salad. I added lots more garlic, doubled the vinegar and cut way back on the sugar (personal preference). I tasted it plain and it had a good flavor, so I think it would work for a plain salad too.

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Maito May 13, 2013

Yum! It was way too thin, though, so I simmered it for about an hour. I ended up with a syrupy consistency, perfect for the salad it was intended for.Dom's Chinese Chicken Salad Also, I added a dash of salt, as I did not have seasoned rice vinegar, just the plain. (who knew seasoned rice vinegar was nothing more than rice vinegar with salt and sugar added?)

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pammyowl October 19, 2012

This was yummy! I quite liked the thickness of the dressing so, used all the water and just a little less plum sauce. I love ginger so this was just the right amount for us. Served with a green salad as part of an asian meal for ZWT6 - Ya Ya's!

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English_Rose May 25, 2010

Made this for My 3 Chefs. This is a great basic recipe that I would use again but i would make a few changes to suit my taste. I thought there was a bit too much ginger so I might cut back on that next time. I might also use a bit less water because my dressing was really thin, but I'll definitely make again! Thanks for posting Chocolatl.

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Brookelynne26 November 05, 2009
Dom's Chinese Chicken Salad Dressing