Salad Dressing Recipe

I’ve already blogged about a simple vinaigrette dressing here previously.  However, my friend Sohee sent me another recipe called ” Sohee’s Emoe’s Delicious Salad Dressing Recipe” which I just had to try.  Since the recipe didn’t specify whether to use a dark vinegar such as balsamic or a lighter vinegar such as white vinegar or cider vinegar, I tried it both ways.  If you like your dressing to have a punch and a stronger vinegar taste, go with the balsamic, otherwise the white vinegar or cider vinegar results in a much lighter and sweeter dressing.  Both equally awesome.  Thanks soy!

Excerpt from Soy:
“My emoe makes a really awesome salad dressing (it’s seriously addictive) that’s super fast and easy to make.  I love it so much that I want to share it with you guys!  See below.  Just mix all the ingredients together.  The oil separates easily so I put all the ingredients in a shaker so that I can easily shake it up right before I pour it over my salad.  It’s also really good with any kind of fresh veggies like tomatoes, etc.  Believe me – you guys will love it.”

dressing ingredients
Olive Oil – ½ Cup
Sugar – 4 TBSP
Vinegar – 6 TBSP
Salt – 1 TSP
Ground pepper – ½ TSP
Fresh minced garlic – to taste (not too much, maybe about 1-1.5 TBSP)
Sesame seed oil – a couple of drops
Sesame seeds – to taste


Just mix all ingredients together and pour over salad.

dressing ingredients

dressing ingredients

dressing ingredients

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5 Responses to “Salad Dressing Recipe”

  1. Soy says:

    wooohoooooo my recipe made it on melonoat! :D

  2. My favorite kind of Salad is none other Potato Salad. it really taste yummy.`,-

  3. whenever my sister makes potato salad, i always eat them in less than a minute or so he he. i just love all sorts of salad. *~;

  4. russian salads are kind of addictive, my mom always make those russian salad at home-`-

  5. i eat every kind of salad, but my favorite is of course fruit salad and chicken salad ‘-,

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