As this recipe is written, it's slightly better then OK. Here's what I did...I combined all the ingredients in a salad dressing shaker until well blended. I sampled the mixture, and it was a little tart. So I added 1/4 C white sugar, and stirred until mixed. Still needed some more, so I added 1/8 C of sesame oil, and a splash more of soy sauce. Now it tasted better. When I added the olive oil to the shaker, it was less then a cup since I had no more room left. My wife and I both agree that this dressing, with my changes, now is a 5-star dressing and she compared it to some of the store bought sesame-ginger dressing. For those who like more of a ginger flavor, use powdered ginger. I tried this with 2 T of powder in lieu of the 3 T of fresh, and the ginger flavor was very strong. I use this (revised) dressing on my salads, I use it to marinate chicken thighs, and I use it as a dressing on sandwiches.
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As this recipe is written, it's slightly better then OK. Here's what I did...I combined all...