Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing

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  • This Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is so delicious and refreshing when paired with a salad or used as a marinade. All you need is 5 minutes, and a few ingredients that when combined make one tasty dressing recipe!

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients! #misogingerdressing #gingersaladdressing www.savoryexperiments.com

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese style ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients!

    This ginger salad dressing is perfect for salads, grilled vegetables or even as a marinade for chicken, fish, or beef!

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients! #misogingerdressing #gingersaladdressing www.savoryexperiments.com

    One of my favorite things to eat when we go out to a Japanese restaurant is the crisp salad smothered in a tangy ginger salad dressing.

    It starts my meal out perfectly and makes my taste buds scream thank you. I love that I can make this at home and have it ready to go when I’m ready to use it!

    Make sure you PIN Miso Ginger Dressing!

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is quite possibly one of the most addictive and easy homemade salad dressings you will ever make. Sweet and tangy flavors complement nearly every flavor combination.

    Let’s get down to brass tax. What is miso exactly? Miso is a fermented product made from soy bean paste, a grain of some sort (think rice or barley,) salt, and koji which is the fermenting element.

    Not all miso is the same. This is all based on what grain is used, what koji is used, etc. They can be smooth or chunky kind of like peanut butter. Their flavor is generally salty which is why they are used for seasoning recipes in Japan and provides that elusive fifth taste element, umami.

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients! #misogingerdressing #gingersaladdressing www.savoryexperiments.com

    Paired with zesty and spicy ginger, rice wine vinegar, and a touch of sugar and you have a balanced and delicious combination. Interestingly enough miso has been used in Japanese cooking as far back as the eighth century.

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients! #misogingerdressing #gingersaladdressing www.savoryexperiments.com

    White miso paste used to be hard to find outside of specialty markets, but many grocery stores now carry it. Look for the tubs in the refrigerated section.

    Sweet Ginger Salad Dressing

    They are often found near the other fermented items like kimchi. If all else fails, you can easily order it online.

    You can serve Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing on salads or use it as a marinade for chicken, fish, pork or beef. I also like to drizzle mine on grilled vegetables to give them a little something extra.

    If you are using it for cooking, remember it carries quite a bit of salt on it’s own so be careful when seasoning.

    The possibilities are endless with this dressing! Two of my favorite salads to serve Miso Ginger Dressing on are Skirt Steak Salad and Crab Avocado Salad.

    Skirt Steak Salad - an easy and healthy dinner solution that uses 6 ingredients and a simple homemade miso ginger dressing. The only steak salad recipe you need! #steaksaladrecipe #skirtsteaksalad www.savoryexperiments.com

    I like to make mine ahead of time and put it in my handy dandy homemade salad dressing bottle. It will stay good refrigerated for up to a week.

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    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy Japanese ginger dressing. Now you can make your favorite miso ginger dressing at home with a handful of ingredients! #misogingerdressing #gingersaladdressing www.savoryexperiments.com

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    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing

    Sweet Miso Ginger Dressing is an easy salad dressing perfect for salads, grilled vegetables or even as a marinade for chicken, fish or beef.
    Prep Time5 mins
    Total Time5 mins
    Course: Condiment, Salad
    Cuisine: Japanese
    Keyword: ginger salad dressing, miso salad dressing
    Servings: 4
    Calories: 77kcal
    Author: Jessica Formicola

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    • Put all ingredients into a bowl and whisk away until smooth.
    • If you’ve tried this recipe, come back and let us know how it was! 

    Nutrition

    Calories: 77kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Sodium: 158mg | Potassium: 8mg | Sugar: 1g | Iron: 0.1mg

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