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Sesame Ginger Dressing

At this point in my life, I feel making and enjoying homemade salad dressing is one of my favorite simple pleasures. After all, when you make dressings yourself, your salads taste fresher, you have control over the ingredients, and, you have bragging rights to tell everyone that you made the salad dressing from scratch! (I keep telling my twin boys but they don’t seem to care.)

If you’re a homemade salad dressing lover, too, then this Sesame Ginger Dressing is definitely one you should try.  It’s sweet nutty flavor goes marvelously with so many salad toppings, and it has a magical way of taking every salad to the next level of deliciousness.

As if that wasn’t enough, you can rest easy knowing that this dressing is oil-free AND it doesn’t require a blender to make. You literally pour all of the ingredients into a mason jar or bowl, and then shake or stir to combine. That’s it!

I hope you adore this dressing recipe as much as I do.

Sesame Ginger Dressing

This sweet, nutty and creamy dressing is bursting with flavor, and, incredibly easy to make!
5 from 2 votes
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Course: Appetizer, Salad, Side Dish
Cuisine: plant based, vegan
Keyword: Oil free dressing, Tahini
Prep Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes
Servings: 6

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Rice Vinegar (not the seasoned type)
  • 2 1/2 Tb. Tahini
  • 1 1/2 Tb. Dijon Mustard
  • 3 Tb. Maple Syrup
  • 2 tsp. Soy Sauce or Tamari
  • 2 tsp. Dried Ginger

Instructions

  • Simply add all of the ingredients to a mason jar or bowl.
  • Shake or stir well to combine.
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Comments

Sheila

I can’t wait to try this dressing! I would really like the ingredients for the salad you’re showing with this recip
e cuz it’s making me REALLY hungry!

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Cheryle Brown

I’ve had this recipe saved since you posted it. It’s now in the frig getting cool for a chef salad I’m going to fix tonight. The flavors are amazing. I did add some monk fruit sweetener to taste. Thanks for this great new addition for my salads.

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Cheryle Brown

I hope my original post didn’t go through. No wonder I added monk fruit. As I was putting away my ingredients, there sat the maple syrup unopened. Duh.

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