Asian Ginger Dressing

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Asian Ginger Dressing

Asian Ginger Dressing for Any Kind of Salad

Asian Ginger Dressing is one of the best and simplest dressings you can make. But don’t let that fool you. The flavor of Asian Ginger Dressing is bold and rich, and it goes well not only on a plain salad, but also with tasty morsels such as broiled salmon. It’s wonderful on salads all year round, and the ingredients are easy to come by, even though the flavor is from a far off land. The blend of ginger and garlic is a combination that makes Asian Ginger Dressing absolutely amazing.

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Amazing Ingredients in Asian Ginger Dressing

I started out my Asian Ginger Dressing with finger and garlic. I took the easy way out with both, when my favorite grocery store was out of fresh ginger. I found a little jar of pre-grated ginger right next to the jars of minced garlic, which I also used. Both “cheats” made this dressing a snap to make! To the ginger and garlic, I added olive oil and white wine vinegar, although you could use rice wine vinegar as well. Tamari sauce adds a rich, salty flavor similar to soy sauce, which could also be substituted if you like. A bit of honey adds a wonderfully light sweetness to the mix, while a bit of water balances out the flavors for a perfect batch of Asian Ginger Dressing.

Asian Ginger Dressing

Asian Ginger Dressing


  • 2 T minced garlic
  • 2 T minced ginger
  • ⅓ C white wine vinegar
  • ¾ C extra virgin olive oil
  • ½ C tamari (or soy) sauce
  • ¼ C water
  • 2 T honey


  1. Mix all of the ingredients in a jar or dressing bottle.
  2. Pour over your favorite salad.
  3. Enjoy!

Using Asian Ginger Dressing for a Marinade

One of the great things about Asian Ginger Dressing is that it can also be used as a marinade for salmon, pork, chicken, or even beef. Place the meat in a bowl or plastic zippy bag and pour the Asian Ginger Dressing over it. Seal it and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight, then cook as you like. You’ll have a flavorful meat like no other. Asian Ginger Dressing is a great way to add flavor to any meal.


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