Wednesday

Japanese Ginger Restaurant House Dressing Recipe

If you like the Ginger Dressing you get in Japanese Restaurants, you will love this.

My Hubs loves the dressing every time we go Japanese so I set out to make a dressing he can have at home.

Japanese Restaurant Style Ginger Salad Dressing

1/2 Cup Minced Onion
1/2 Cup Peanut Oil
1/3 Cup Rice Wine Vinegar
2 Tablespoons Water
2 Tablespoons Fresh Ginger Root Minced
2 Tablespoons Ketchup
4 teaspoons Soy Sauce
2 teaspoons sugar ( I use a sugar substitute)
2 teaspoons Lemon Juice
1/2 teaspoon garlic minced
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper


Combine all in a blender on high speed until everything is pureed.  Serve over lettuce.

This turned out GREAT by the way!

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39 comments:

  1. Doesn't look too bad

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    1. Looks a little like cat's hairball.LOL

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  2. Oh yum, that sounds really delicious! Thank you for the recipe!

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  3. This looks like something right up my alley! This will complement the tempura I shall be making for dinner tonight! Thanks,T!

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  4. This sounds really good. I am going to have to make some soon!!

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  5. I have all the ingredients on hand, AND I ADORE Asian dressings, so I will have to try this :-)

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  6. I love the addition of peanut oil! This sounds like such a great flavor and spice combo, Saved for this weekend to make :)

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  7. Terry you know I am going to try this today... and repost love it...one of my all time favorites!

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    1. Thanks so much Aida for the repost love, This dressing is so good. You are going to love it... and if not, change it until you do.

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  8. I love Japanese food and this sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  9. That sounds delicious. Did he like it? Asian dressings are one of my favorites.

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  10. Yum, something to try for something new! thanks!

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  11. Doesn't look bad at all :) I would try it!

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  12. I like it. I'll try it. :) I heard ginger helps with aches and pains more that some pain meds do. You just heat it up in water and drink it down. I told Travis to try some when his back was hurting.

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  13. oh yummy girlie that sound amazing!

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  14. Oh I love ginger dressing. That sounds like a marvelous recipe. Of course, joking about pat's Orlin hairball.

    We just talked.... I guess we said it all. Until later.

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  15. I'm thinking I'll like that ginger kick!

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  16. We love the ginger salad dressing at the Japanese hibachi steakhouses. I had found the yum yum dipping sauce on recipe on Pinterest, but hadn't found a good duplicate for the salad dressing. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I wouldn't have thought of ginger with salad I would definitely try it though :) x

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  18. looks yum. New follower from
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  19. Mmm, ginger dressing is delicious. Good for you too.

    Be well.

    xoRobyn

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  20. That would be so good. Wonder what I could use in place of peanut? I am allergic.

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    1. Dawn,
      I used olive oil because I don't do peanut oil either.

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  21. I am so glad you posted this. I have always wondered how to make that dressing. It is the best!

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  22. I can imagine the taste of it now. If I have a blocked nose, this would surely clear it in minutes. Sound like very hot. Ginger + onions

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  23. Oooh sounds good. I love that dressing on my salads :)

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  24. OOh, thanks for posting this! I love that dressing on my salads :)

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  25. Now that sounds like a fantastic dressing. Have you tried it with other oil? I am allergic to peanuts but maybe it would still taste good if I used Canola oil.

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    1. Melinda,
      I used olive oil... I should have said that. I am not allergic to peanut oil but it isn't very good for digestion so I use Olive.

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  26. Sounds really good, though I have never had it! I think I will have to try it out next time!

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  27. I don't eat dressing (with one exception) but I do like the taste of ginger! Hubby eats dressing though, and I bet he'd like this!

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  28. We'll definitely try it with olive oil (allergy in the house). My allergic child often doesn't get to have Asian fare, so when I can make it safely at home, it's a treat.

    Now, what to dip in it ..

    Eli

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  29. Oh wow, I almost missed this post. I can't wait to try this recipe. I like ginger. I wonder if I can change out the Ketchup with something else.

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  30. Oh, thank you fo sharing this!!! A Japanese restaurant that I used to go to in college had the most amazing ginger sauce, and I haven't had ginger sauce since! This post made me think about that wonderful time in my life, and now I want to make some ginger sauce!

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  31. Ginger dressing sounds delicious! I've always stuck with the basic dressings- french, ranch, ect, but have lately found myself branching out and trying new. Definitely giving this one a go!

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  32. Need to try that. I like garlic better though!

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  33. I pinned that I have always wanted to know how to make that- thanks.

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  34. Oh this looks really good! Thanks for sharing

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  35. I am sure this is wonderful. I love fresh ginger!

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