47 Reviews

I used low sodium soy sauce and added a couple of tablespoons of honey to make it a bit sweeter. I drizzled the dressing over a side salad of baby spinach, shredded carrots, red pepper, and toasted almonds. Thank you for posting.

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swissms January 17, 2010

Was just looking for a lite dressing using red wine vinegar. Taste a bit like Japanese dressing. I cut down on the soy sauce,coz I had the dark one and no sesame oil, I didn't have any. Honey would be great instead of sugar. Thanks for sharing.

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littlemafia January 09, 2010

Loved this dressing, tastes very similar to one of my favorite store bought Asian dressings. Thank goodness it's much better for me!

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Sloany January 06, 2010

absolutely simple, fresh, healthy and delicious!

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cheriesnyder November 27, 2009

Great recipe! I didn't have seseme oil so I used seseme seeds instead and added a dash of olive oil. Used it in my Biggest Loser menu for Asian Chicken wrap. It was yummy and satisfying. Will deffinately keep this on hand!

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Help Me Rohnda November 10, 2009

Try adding chili peppers to this great dressing - it will be even greater! Thanks for sharing - yummo!

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Muchmom November 01, 2009

The taste is good, but is not fat free, as stated in the name.... even three "drops" of sesame oil is loaded with fat- I don't mind though, the flavor of it is irresistable.

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hollyfrolly October 01, 2009

I really enjoyed this but found myself lacking in a few ingredients so I made a few changes. No sesame oil so I added toasted sesame seeds and a little olive oil. No fresh ginger so I used 1/4 tsp of ground ginger. Didn't want sugar so I used honey. Served over an Asian Chopped Salad with porkloin. YUM!

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PamperedP June 01, 2009

This was really good. I didn't have sesame oil so I just put a little bit of canola, not for flavor but for the texture. Will try it again with the sesame oil soon!

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grunig May 24, 2009

This was a wonderful asian salad dressing. It was very quick and easy to make. I used my magic bullet to blend all the ingredients together. Used this in Asian Chicken Salad for a nice low fat lunch. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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Marsha D. January 13, 2009
Fat Free Asian Salad Dressing