Wow, this is great! Just like the dressing on my favorite Applebee's salad, the Oriental Chicken Salad. So easy to mix up and so easy to eat. A real winner.
very nice balance. great dressing
I thought this dressing was delicious! I used coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. When measuring, I accidently tipped my hand and dumped a lot more in than the 1 T called for. Therefore, my dressing was a bit runny. I can't wait to try again with more careful measuring. (I can't remember now, but I think I might have used honey instead of sugar.)
I doubled the recipe and made coleslaw. Simply delicious!
Really good and xtra easy. I just whisked it together and let it sit in fridge for awhile before serving. Good on spinach salad, chicken salad, and even as a dipping sauce for grilled veggies.
So simple, so yummy. I've made it countless times. I usually serve it with shredded cabbage, carrots, and chow mein noodles. Add chicken, and you have a meal. For me, it's perfect as written.
I've made this dressing at least a dozen times now and it never fails to be great %u2014 probably my favorite dressing recipe.. I usually substitute a clove of garlic for the garlic powder but even without, it's still good.
first i dont understand why the dressing is white on the picture , mine was light brown . we didnt like it at all ,there was a strange taste of coffee witch i dont understand why
This was a very good Asian dressing. I sered this over crisp iceberg lettuce with shredded carrots. Nice accompaniment with a stir-fry.