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Wow, what a salad dressing!

A lady I know is a great cook, and she gave me this recipe:

1 part soy sauce (I use Kikkoman)
1 part oil (take a cheap one: it shouldn't give any taste to the dressing)
1 part honey (sugar works, too, but will take a while to dissolve in the soy sauce)
cayenne (or tabasco)
garlic (crushed cloves to taste, or use top-quality dried garlic instead)

More exact measurements, for the sugary dried spices version: about 1 dl oil, 1 dl soy sauce, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon dried cayenne, 1 teaspoon dried garlic. Add 3-4 tablespoons of this, well mixed, to your green salad of choice (or to your sashimi). Yum.

I've made a couple batches now, and the lettuce with tomatoes and feta just flies off the table. Like, wow.


I made this dressing and it tastes awsome! I've been using it as a dipping sauce and salad dressing and everything... seems it is also very lasting. Been in the fridge for a week now and no change in taste or anything. Thanks for the recepie

I think a light virgin olive oil or safflower is recommended for that sort of recipe- some thing that will help reduce bad chollestral

I like the" welcome to the bark side"
I live on the mossy side of the tree/lake(north)
I've been trying to become familiar wih the mushrooms around here, I"m not eager to eat them just take pictures.
Its like chasing down slow moving wild life

Well, no. You don't want to use anything cold-pressed for this dressing. El cheapo cooking oil, no taste whatsoever - that's the ticket. Don't believe me? Try it either way. Cold-pressed oils taste ghastly, here.

Also, ditch the idea that cholesterol is bad for you. Read this ...