Very tasty! I might throw in a little grated ginger next time....
Very good dressing! I was trying to find a recipe as good as the one @ a local sushi restaurant. This one ain't the same but might be better! Thanks for sharing.
This has quickly become one of my favorite salad dressings. Very easy to make and only a small amount needed to add a nice flavor to salad greens.
This was indeed quick and easy. Tasted wonderful on a salad, and as a marinade for some pork tenderloin. Thanks for a great recipe that will stay in the rotation
Dancer - this recipe is going to become a standard in our home! It was absolutely perfect and scrumptiously delicious! I made the recipe pretty much exactly as directed with the exception of using 1/4 cup Chili Oil and then a 1/2 cup vegetable oil. This gave it an extra spicy kick. I served this dressing with a simple Chinese Carrot & Cabbage Salad I had made to accompany a Sweet & Sour Chicken Stir-Fry - they went well together and this dressing got rave reviews with my dinner guests. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. :)
Yummy! i followed directions, except I only used 1 tbls. of sesame oil. I used part extra virgin olive oil and part veg. oil. Thank you Dancer!
Thanks for the recipe. It's great! Just the flavor I was looking for. I have'nt been able to find any decent Asian salad dressings in the grocery store.
I don't know where you get all you dressing recipes Dancer^ but they are terrific. I've enjoyed all of them I've tried and this is no exception. I love sesame flavours and this filled the bill. Thanks again Dancer^..