Sweet Ginger Dressing Recipe

Ginger Dressing RecipeI'm not normally a salad person. All my close friends know this about me; I'm just not that into salads. BUT. Lately I've caught myself eating more and more salads. I think it's the weather. Super hot days do not inspire brilliant baking ideas. Roasted anything sounds just too hot for a later summer lunch. So I've been experimenting with different salad dressings and this one is probably one of my absolute favorites!

Ginger Dressing Recipe Sweet Ginger Dressing, makes about 1 cup. Recipe adapted from here

Needed: 2 tablespoons fresh grated ginger, a heaping 1/3 cup peanut oil (or vegetable oil), 1/3 cup rice vinegar, a scant 1/3 cup honey and pinch of salt and pepper.

Add all ingredients to small jar, place the lid on and shake well. Store left over dressing in the refrigerator for up to a week.

Homemade Ginger DressingHomemade Ginger DressingHave fun dressing up your salads this season! xo. Emma

  • I love ginger. Totally addicted. I’m always looking for new ginger recipes, and here it was! Thanks 🙂

  • I’m a big fan of ginger salad dressings, and often make one with crushed strawberries.

  • Ginger dressing is one of my favorites and I had no idea how to make it until now, Thanks for sharing this recipe, your blog is so inspiring and full of beautiful things, I really appreciate all the love!
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  • Mmm yum! I love making Asian slaw in the summer and I’m pretty sure this dressing would be perfect for it!

  • This might also be a great dip for summer rolls! Have to try that next time…

    Check out the recipe for summer rolls on my blog here:
    http://vorstellungvonschoen.blogspot.de/2012/06/yummy-summer-rolls.html

  • wow! it looks so nice that I will make it tomorrow, but I think I will use a good olive oil (we are producer in my region)

  • Yummmm! This looks amazing! Definitely trying this!
    ~ Jillian
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  • look so declicious…anytime i visit your blog i get hungry
    x
    cammi
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  • I agree with Cherish, what are those delicious rolls?! I would LOVE to make thoese with this ginger dressing, looks/sounds delicious!

  • Thanks for sharing, it sounds really good! Another great and easy recipe that is one of my favorite here http://bit.ly/NCdlXr

  • I am just ‘getting into’ salads too and this dressing sounds especially scrummy, one I will definitely be trying out!

  • I love ginger so this sounds perfect.

    Zoe
    http://gypsiesister.blogspot.co.uk

  • that sounds pretty good!

    Val
    http://valentinaduracinsky.blogspot.com/

  • oooh! ginger dressing for spring rolls sounds like a great alternative to peanut sauce! i’ll have to try that out.

  • not a fan of ginger but maybe someday i will try, thank you!
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  • That sounds amazing! I have been on a gestational diabetes diet for three weeks now and changing a salad dressing is like the most fun I can have, LOL. I am super excited to try this!

  • Hate salad, unless it has ginger dressing! I always eat it when I’m out for sushi!

  • Sounds amazing! I’ll have to definitely try it because salads are kind of the worst. . . haha

  • MMM! Looks delicious! I’ve been making salads pretty much every night, this dressing sounds delicious! Ginger is so nice and refreshing in the summertime.
    <3 Lauren
    http://rivercitysammon.com

  • simple love this recipes. I love salad but not sure about the ginger.
    3lin

  • Oh my gosh! I’ve been dying for a good dressing like this; every time I go to a Japanese restaurant and they serve this I’m transported to culinary heaven. Thank you thank you thank you! 😀

  • So awesome! a must try!!!

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  • Oh my gosh this looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it 🙂

    ♥Sarah♥
    theantiquepearl.blogspot.com

  • Excellent! Could this be converted into a dipping sauce? Also, never would of thought to keep dressing in a mason jar even though its an obvious idea.

  • Yum, will have to try this. salads have been huge for me lately. Maybe because its finally warm.

  • That salad looks amazing. What’s in the rolls? I’d love to try them.

  • The dressing sounds great, but what are those yummy looking rolls you served with the dressing? They look perfectly summertime.

  • Sadly I don’t like ginger.. You make it look so good though 🙂

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  • Looks healthy and delicious – thanks for sharing! x

    Kate {Modette}
    http://modetteblog.com

  • Ginger dressing is my absolute favorite– I’ll have to give this incarnation a try!

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  • Love ginger and I really like salads! I’ll have to try this! 🙂

    neha

    neha made

  • YUM! Can’t wait to try it!

    xoxo Kate
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  • Ohh that looks nice, I adore salads in the summer, my favourite is salmon.

    What are those little roles you have made to have with the dressing? They look yummy too 🙂

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  • Sounds lovely and love salads when it’s summertime!

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  • What is in the salad rolls that you featured with the dressing? Looks great!

  • This is such a beautiful and inspiring blog you girls!

    I tried the “Whiskey Ginger Recipe” the other day to get rid of my flu (don’t know if it worked, but it was fun making it all:). And the ginger syrup I had left came to use today when I decided to make popsicles. Ginger syrup + apple juice + blueberries is and awesome combo!

    xoxo

  • This sounds perfect. The flavours mixed together are making my mouth water. One question….whats a scant cup? Thanks 🙂

  • Mmm! Ginger dressings are so good – one of my favorite salads is a stir-fried broccoli tofu mixture over greens and tomatoes with a ginger miso dressing…I think even a non-salad gal like you would love it!

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