This Japenese Salad Dressing is one that I am excited to share with you. Often Japanese restaurants serve two basic salad dressing recipes, this one of those versions. You can prepare a delicious homemade salad dressing in a flash!
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Japanese Miso Salad Dressing
I love the creamy Asian salad dressing served at places like Shogun, or perhaps you have a local Japanese Teppanyaki place where they serve up a fresh green salad before every meal. For a long time, I pondered over what made those salads so amazing. I believe the ingredient you really need is fresh miso paste.
I won’t lie, miso paste is unlikely to be found in an average or small grocery store. The ingredient is likely to be found at a larger grocery store, often in the produce section, or an Asian market.
Miso adds a salty rich flavor that you don’t want to miss. Don’t fret, you can enjoy the miso you use in many other recipes. If you can’t find the paste near you, you can order some online.
Creamy Japanese Salad Dressing
This isn’t an intentional copycat recipe from a specific restaurant. Some have elements of , and a few have touches of toasted seed oil.
I love the creamy salad dressing served at places like Shogun so I tried to make a salad dressing in this style. The result was my very own Japanese dressing that blends these different elements together.
Dressing Recipe Ingredients
Here’s a list of what you need:
- White miso
- Seasoned rice vinegar
- Rice cooking wine or mirin
- Soy sauce
- Peanut or vegetable oil
- Toasted sesame oil
If you do a lot of Asian-style cooking, some of these you may already have in your pantry. If you need it, here’s another online source for a wide variety of ingredients used in Japanese cuisine. You will enjoy this dressing on your own iceberg lettuce salad.
How to Make Japanese Salad Dressing
You can make my creamy Japanese salad dressing in no time at all. This salad dressing is not only delicious on a salad, it can also be used to drizzle over fish. You can even turn it into a dipping sauce for grilled chicken.
All you have to do is stir together the ingredients in a bowl. That’s it!
I know if you try this salad dressing it will soon become a favorite! If you have leftover miso paste, you can enjoy the miso in many other recipes like the two CopyKat recipes below.
More Teppanyaki Copycat Recipes
Recipes with Miso
Easy Homemade Salad Dressings
- Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe
- Applebees Oriental Chicken Salad Dressing
- Olive Garden Italian Dressing Recipe
- Recipe for Hot Bacon Dressing
- French Dressing Recipe
- Buttermilk Dressing Recipe
- Blue Cheese Salad Dressing Recipe
Japanese Salad Dressing
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 1/2 tablespoons white miso
- 2 teaspoons garlic minced
- 1/4 cup seasoned rice vinegar
- 1/4 cup rice cooking wine or mirin
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup peanut oil vegetable oil is ok
- 1/8 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl, and mix together. Store in an airtight container. The salad dressing stays fresh for about 1 week.