A Different Tomato Salad Dressing

"For an easy, tasty, and different twist on the tomato-mozzarella salad, try this dressing. The tastes of the Balsamic and Soy are so good together!"
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Ready In:


  • 14 cup olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons soy sauce (Tamari is better)
  • 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar


  • Whisk all ingredients together.
  • Toss with quartered tomatoes and fresh mozzarella cubes. Can also add celery and green onions.

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  1. Yes, the addition of the soy sauce is a little different -- but this is just AWESOME!!! I picked up some baby Heirloom tomatoes at the grocery store yesterday and used them. I also had some of the small fresh mozzarella balls and added them (I cut the tomatoes and mozarella balls in half -- just so they could absorb more of the dressing. I had some green onions that I added also. This is sooooo simple to put together and the flavor is outstanding. The dish looked so attractive -- all the various colors of the Heirlooms, the cheese and the green onion. The next time I make it (which will be very soon), I'm going to add some fresh basil. I can't wait to serve this at our next barbecue. Plus I didn't have any Tamari on hand, so I just used plain soy sauce. I want to use the Tamari the next time. Thank you for posting this.
  2. I put the dressing over tomatoes and topped it with arugula. It was a good salad. The soy is definitely subtle.
  3. Very good. I really enjoyed it, but think that next time I will lessen the balsamic vinegar to 2 Tbsp. instead of 3 as it overpowered the tomato in my opinion. All my guests liked it and requested the recipe. Thanks Trinkets....another keeper!!
  4. Thanks for a great dressing recipe. I made up a double batch with wine ripen tomatoes and basil. It was very tasty. Tee
  5. Very good! This would be nice on all kinds of salads.


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