Grabbed an Asian Chicken Salad on my way home, and was told the Asian dressing had been recalled. So whipped this up instead, and I'm sure it was better than the pre-packaged one would have been! Thanks for sharing!
Nice and light, none of the flavors were overpowering. I would add the salt next time. I sliced some cucumber, onion and red bell pepper, poured a little of the dressing over it and let it sit in the fridge to marinate for a while. Delicious! Thanks for posting
This is very good... and I had all the stuff to make it on hand! I made it for my lunch today (since the Chinese restaurant forgot to include the dipping sauce for my potstickers in the take out order). This was thicker than what I am use to, but it worked out well! I plan to make this again to try on a cabbage salad, as suggested, since I have a head in the fridge already. Only thing I changed (or I should say, left out) was the sesame seeds... didn't have any. Thank you for posting your recipe. (Made for ZWT9)
This is very good. Still looking for a copy cat recipe from the East <br/>Café in Aurora, Colorado, but this one sure works till I find the other. Thanks for the recipe.
Delicious!! This is exactly what Asian salad dressing is supposed to taste like. I served this over a salad made of red and green cabbage, carrots, iceberg and romaine lettuce, sliced green onion, chow mein noodles, peanuts and diced cooked chicken. We loved it!! I plan on having again for lunch tomorrow. Thank you for sharing this quick and easy dressing...it is definitely a keeper!! Made for ZWT 9 - SE Asia for The Apron String Travelers.
Great dressing!! I made 1/2 of the recipe and served it over lettuce, veggies, sugared almonds, chow mien noodles and a sliced chicken tender for one great lunch!! This was quite a bit more tart/tangy then most Asian dressings and I really enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT 9.
Irresistible Asian Salad Dressing, heh? I can speak hai-ching-dow so you have nothin' on this gal. I put this one on speed dial. Made for PRMR.