This recipe is from Gourmet (October 2002) where it's served with this salad:
1/2 pound romaine, torn into bite-size pieces (6 cups)
1 bunch radishes (1/2 pound), trimmed, halved, and thinly sliced (1 cup)
1/2 seedless cucumber, halved lengthwise and thinly sliced crosswise
4 scallions, thinly sliced
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This is a delicious dressing goes really well with meatballs and felafel too. I omit the honey cos I like the bite of the lemon. Made for ZWT6 thank you
I made this dressing last minute and didn't chill for 3 hours. It was delicious. Think this will be my go to dressing.
Exceptionally delicious dressing that made my husband and I lick our plates! :-) Very easy too, although next time I'll cut back on the water for a thicker consistency I prefer.
After falling in love with a Tahini Lemon dressing at my local health food store, I decided to try it out myself. I wanted to love this dressing, but for some reason it came out as gritty which I simply could not love. The dressing in the health food store was not gritty at all, it was creamy and smooth, so I wonder if it was the cayenne? I'm not really a major fane of cayenne anyway.
Taste... well, it wasn't quite what I was looking for, and if it wasn't gritty, I still wouldn't make it again. I followed the recipe exactly. Sorry. :(
Excellent dressing/dip for any veggie...I used just under a tbl spoon of Bragg's as a soy sauce sub...and extra cayenne and garlic (like it spicey)...this is similar to a marinade I do for kale chips so I knew I would like it...and was thrilled to tag it for "I Recommend"; make a butt load and pig-out with a cuke, carrot and apple spread (**nice dip with the sweet tart of a crisp apple too)-!!! I "thicken" my marinade with a spoon of chia gel sometimes to add a litle extra extra-ness so I threw that in on a whim...thanks for a yummy share!
The ingredients are all favourites of mine, so I was fairly certain I would enjoy this - and I did! Even though I cut it back a bit, I found the amount of soy still too much, it was still on the salty side for us. So I'd definitely make again, but I'd cut the soy down to a few tsp. I cut the water back as suggested by 1/2, and it was the perfect consistency. Served with some cucumber for an afternoon snack, and then over mixed greens with dinner. Very good!
This makes a very tasty sauce. I omitted the honey because I was out of it, but I think it was perfect without it. I used it as a sauce over stuffed zucchini. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT6.