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Orange Five-Spice Dressing

Orange Five-Spice Dressing created by Rita1652

A dressing with an Asian flair. The pectin provides body to the dressing without added fat. This dressing can be stored covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

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  • In a small container combne the juice, pectin, vinegar, soy sauce, sugar and five-spice powder.
  • Cover and refrigerator until well chilled.
  • Shake and serve over fresh salad greens or mixed fruit.
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"A dressing with an Asian flair. The pectin provides body to the dressing without added fat. This dressing can be stored covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days."
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  1. Elmotoo
    I liked this a lot. I don't know if the pectin did much but it didn't hurt anything, either. I served this over a simple romaine/mandarin orange/scallion salad & everyone loved the flavors. A keeper!! Thanks, Paula! Made for abandoned tags game.
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  2. Rita1652
    Orange Five-Spice Dressing Created by Rita1652
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  3. Rita1652
    I did like this but found it to be missing something! I understand that this is 0 fat dressing but think maybe lemon zest, garlic or ginger would have kicked it up. Also the fact I now have a packet of open pectin needing to be used???? I served over red leaf lettuce and fresh orange slices.
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  4. PaulaG
    A dressing with an Asian flair. The pectin provides body to the dressing without added fat. This dressing can be stored covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
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