Made with mostly pantry ingredients, use this tasty dressing on salads, as a marinade, or even as a dipping sauce! If not, fear not! Nothing is weird. That combines the ingredients better than just a bowl and whisk although I do that sometimes, too. In a small jar with a tight-fitting lid, combine oil, vinegar, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, ginger, and sesame oil. Shake vigorously until combined.
Simple to prep and perfect for drizzling on a soba noodle salad, spinach salad, or crunchy cabbage slaw. A good vinaigrette gives life to a salad, and this Asian inspired dressing is going to bring a whole lot of flavor to whatever you drizzle it on! Tangy rice vinegar, sweet honey, savory soy sauce, and a hint of sesame oil all work together to give a distinctively Asian flavor to your salad. Kind of scary. You can prep it ahead and stash it in the fridge for a few weeks probably even longer, although it never lasts that long at our house.
This Asian Salad Dressing is made with garlic, apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, and a little soy sauce. I am a lover of all things Asian flavors. I just love the fresh flavors that are typically used in Asian cooking such as ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and garlic. This salad dressing recipe is a very basic vinaigrette.
If you are whipping up an Asian inspired salad, probably full of vegetables and some crunchy wontons, you need the perfect vinaigrette to finish it off. Then it is finished off with olive oil and blended up for a quick and easy salad dressing that packs a good punch of flavor without adding too many calories to your salad. The olive oil lightens things up because using all sesame oil would be overpowering. If you have a big bad blender like the Vitamix I own and love, you can certainly use that to blend it up.