Rich, sweet and salty, this Sesame Ginger Dressing recipe takes minutes to shake up and is delightful on salads.
When I am feeling like something different, this Sesame Ginger Dressing recipe delivers.
The flavor is sweet and salty, rich and laced with subtle sesame flavor. It’s a nice changeup from the oil and vinegar combination I reach for most often.
Do you make your own dressings? Some — like this one — are so incredibly easy to make with pantry ingredients that it’s a wonder there are so many options lined up on the salad dressing shelves at the grocery store.
Seriously, this Sesame Ginger Dressing recipe is so ridiculously easy to make that you can be enjoying it in minutes.
So what kind of a salad is this Sesame Ginger Dressing good on? Most recently, I had it on a salad featuring iceberg lettuce, red onions, avocado and shrimp. But it’s good on so many salads!
I love it on salads made with veggies like lettuce, red onions, carrots and cucumbers. It’s also delightful with avocado, shrimp, tuna steak, chicken or garbanzo beans. Mix it up to create a combination you adore.
This Sesame Ginger Dressing can also be used as as a marinade for chicken, beef or seafood like shrimp or tuna steak. And if you’re looking for something other than plain soy sauce for dipping wontons or dumplings in, this works for that too.
- 1/3 cup rice vinegar
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 2 teaspoons sesame seeds
- 1 teaspoon finely grated ginger root
- Combine all ingredients in a jar. Shake vigorously for 1 minute until the ingredients are well combined.
- This can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week in an airtight container.