I had to make a substitution, but it still tasted delicious. I didn't have any marmalade or fresh mandarins, so instead I used one 10 oz can of mandarin slices with the juice. It may not have been as sweet as it would be with marmalade, but still very tasty. The second time I made it I omitted the soy sauce just to keep it from being such a dark colour - my children were more willing to try it on their salad with the lovely orange colour.
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I made this dressing to go on a spinach salad and it was excellent! As I was eating though I kept thinking about how great it would be on an asian inspired salad. I will definitely be using this dress on a regular basis. Thanks so much for posting such a cool copycat. :)
it was edible but mine had a bitter edge to it. It may have been the marmalade. Also, I think 1/4 t. of cayenne was too much.
It's funny, I made 2 recipes from you yesterday. This one DH didn't like and I loved it. But he doesn't really like dressing. Thanks Sharon. Made for Zaar Star Game
Thank you thank you. I have looking for this recipe for a year now. I had it in a southbeach meal once. Love the dressing but I could never find it and I looked on the enternet to. Thanks from carolyn /lancaster ca
This dressing is OMG good!!! I also added chow mein noodles to the salad. The dressing is perfect at 2 days... day three is okay, but just to let you know, it is not as good on day 4.... so stick with Sharon's suggestion of up to 3 days. I will be having this again and again! Thank you Sharon!!!
MMmmmmm...this has been on the back burner for a long time! (not literally :shock: )....don't know why I waited so long!!! It's delicious!! I used chow mein noodles and sliced almonds on mixed greens with some green onions...and chicken!
The dressing has a wonderful blending of Asian flavors. I made this and served it over a grilled chicken salad made with baby greens, feta cheese and the remainder of the mandarin orange sections for a wonderful and satisfying lunch.