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.
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.
Loved this dressing, tastes very similar to one of my favorite store bought Asian dressings. Thank goodness it's much better for me!
absolutely simple, fresh, healthy and delicious!
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!
Try adding chili peppers to this great dressing - it will be even greater! Thanks for sharing - yummo!
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.
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!
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!
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.