6 Reviews

This was very delicious! The dressing is great.Made for ZWT 6, Family picks.

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littlemafia June 23, 2010

Great dressing and very gingery. Thanks for the recipe Florida Native.

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cookiedog March 05, 2011

OK, so this was the STAR of our dinner tonight. I adore this dressing!!! I was dipping grilled zucchini in it which was wonderful. It sincerely tastes JUST like the ginger dressing at the restaurant! That being said, do not fix this for someone on a first date.. .WOW that onion flavor lingers. . . .Made for ZWT6, Team SSaSSy.

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JanuaryBride May 24, 2010

This was just as good as my favorite Japanese Steak house's ginger dressing. Thanks for the recipe.

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Florida Cook June 02, 2009

Outstanding! I omitted the bell pepper (personal preferance) but everything else as is. I even used the dressing on some chicken later. Thank you so much!

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Krista Roes May 08, 2009

This was great! I've always enjoyed the salad at Japanese steakhouses, and wondered how to make that ginger dressing. Now, I know. I omitted the bell pepper, as I don't really care for it in salads, and substituted mache for the spinach. I think I added a bit too much garlic, so I will make it as written next time. This was almost, but not quite too salty, so if you don't use reduced sodium soy sauce, taste it before adding any more salt. To blend, I put all of the dressing ingredients in a small storage container and used my immersion blender. Worked perfectly. Thanks for posting a great recipe!

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IngridH March 08, 2009
Spinach Salad With Japanese Ginger Dressing