Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

This dressing is great on greens, Oriental pasta salads, or as a marinade for chicken.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Shake all ingredients together in a jar.
  2. Store in the refrigerator.


Most Helpful

Geema, I just love this dressing! I don't use all sesame oil, maybe 1/3 sesame and 2/3 olive or corn oil. It's my new favorite dressing! Thanks for posting this one!

Sharon123 May 21, 2003

Really yummy! I made two versions of this recipe, one with the honey and one without. The honey-ed version was served over peanut/sesame noodles and was a huge hit. I used the batch without the honey over some shredded chicken and greens, and I was just so pleased with myself! I also used some of the dressing the saute green beans, it gave them a great taste! This recipe is a little expensive to make, because of the sesame oil, but a little goes a long way, and is worth every penny! Thanks Geema, there's always going to be a bottle of this stuff in my fride.

Mirj April 08, 2003

Oh my lord, you are my DH's new hero! He gives this 5++ stars, an I have to agree, it was pretty good. I increased the honey a tiny tiny bit and left out the five spice powder (didn't have any) and it was still yummy and tangy. I watched DH inhale nearly a whole huge bowl of salad, which he never does, so thanks for that! This will definitely be a new staple around here. We put it on basic iceburg salad (lettuce, carrots, cabbage) sprinked with rice noodles and dired cranberries and it was excellent, quick and simple.

Len23 April 06, 2004

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