This oriental salad dressing is a little sweet and tang at the same time. While this is the salad dressing used on the Ramen Noodle Cabbage Salad, it is also so delicious for an everyday salad.
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Versatile Asian Salad Dressing
Use this Asian Salad Dressing for leafy green salads, noodle salads and chopped salads. It’s also a terrific dressing to make steamed vegetables so much tastier.
If you have 5 minutes, you can make this easy salad dressing.
Ramen Noodle Salad
Use this delicious saucy salad dressing over the top of the Ramen Noodle Salad ingredients. I made this last week. Salad was what I was supposed to bring to our gathering. When I uncovered the salad, the family exclaimed you brought “THE” salad. I laughed not knowing it was so special. Well, a few wanted the recipe. I told them I would get on the stick and get it on the blog. go find the Ramen Noodle Salad here.
This recipe does not use any ingredients that go off; therefore, it has a very long shelf life. I keep it for up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator. The only thing that happens sometimes is that the oil will get a bit thick. Leave it get to room temperature and it will be just fine again for pouring. .
Pantry ingredients are all that is needed in this delicious recipe.
Penny-wise recipe and delicious too.
Simple Oriental Salad Dressing
- 1/2 Cup Olive Oil Light (or another light oil you like)
- 1/4 Cup White Vinegar
- 1/2 Cup White Sugar
- 2 1/2 TBL Soy Sauce Low-sodium
- To make the dressing: combine the sugar, oil,
- vinegar, and soy sauce in a bowl.
- Whisk for a minute or so.
- Whisk until the sugars are dissolved.
- Refrigerate any left over salad dressing.
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