Recipe by Trishie
"A great salad dressing for crunchy salad vegetables such as peppers, sweet corn, red onion, bean sprouts, cherry tomatoes... anything you like really."
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red wine vinegar
extra-virgin olive oil
salt and ground black pepper to taste
I used this recipe as a springboard for a salad that I made for our state fair. I substituted seasoned rice vinegar for the red wine vinegar and left out the salt and seasonings and added 1 T. of sesame oil. I tossed it with napa cabbage and other Asian veggies and topped it with bay scallops sauteed in sesame oil. The salad won me a blue ribbon and a great signed cookbook and $150 stainless steel pan. Eternally grateful to Trishie for submitting it -geranium's mom
I just finished making this recipe "as is." If I were to make it again, I would substitute rice wine vinegar for the red wine vinegar (the red wine vinegar is too overpowering). I would also increase the olive oil to make the dressing more "stable" & less runny. The ratio of vinegar to oil in the original recipe is wrong.
I did it!!! I made a recipe "as is" no tweaking. This dressing is great, I loved it with veggies and tonight I marinated chicken breasts in the dressing for 4 hrs then grilled them -delicious. Family loved it, my youngest DS said they tasted like Subways's teriyaki chicken (his fav so that is quite a compliment) Next I want to brush this on broiled broccoli.
One amazing delicious salad dressing. This will be a new staple in my house. Thanks Trishie, excellant job!
this was a bit bitter for me....next time i will use more hoisin sauce and honey and use rice vin. instead of the red wine vin.
Very good the day after I made it. Needs time to marry all the flavors.
What a great salad dressing. It really has the perfect balance of sweet and sour. These are the kind of recipes that make you want to eat your veggies! Thanks for the recipe, Trishie :)
Wow, it's amazing how a few simple ingredients can create such a fabulous salad dressing! We LOVED this and will make again for sure! Served alongside chicken marinaded in 'Absolutely Ultimate Marinade' from AR and it was a great meal. Thanks Trishie!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Trishie's Chinese-Style Salad Dressing
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 168
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