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Miso Paste Salad Dressing


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Ingredients

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Salad

  • 150 grams miso paste
  • 80 grams rice vinegar, (or white vinegar)
  • 80 grams sugar, (or less)
  • 50 grams boiled water
  • 100 grams sesame oil
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Recipe's preparation

    Salad Dressing
  1. Place all ingredients except sesame oil into mixing bowl for 1 min/speed 2 - 3.

    Add sesame oil and blend 5 sec/speed 2.

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Tip

This dressing can be kept in the fridge for 1 - 2 weeks.


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  • Very nice dressing. I used rapadura sugar and...

    Submitted by JeffnJulie on 29. July 2019 - 16:15.

    Very nice dressing. I used rapadura sugar and reduced the amount slightly and can probably reduce further next time. Thank you for the recipe.

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  • One word!! Amazing!!! I used

    Submitted by Catherine Davison on 17. September 2015 - 16:48.

    One word!! Amazing!!! I used coconut sugar by the way

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  • SKain wrote: Beautiful

    Submitted by PatAnn on 14. May 2015 - 18:05.

    SKain

    Beautiful dressing! I had it over an asian slaw type salad which was basically the coleslaw recipe out of the basics book, minus the lemon juice and mayonnaise and then also just included celery, snow peas, red capsicum, spring onion and some cucumber. I finished with some toasted chopped peanuts on top. It was delicious. I served it with some pan fried chicken. The next day I ate the salad just by itself and still just as beautiful if not better. It is a meal on it's own and doesn't really even need meat. I'm also having it today with lettuce, avocado, tomato, snow peas, cucumber, capers and smoked salmon. Divine! Thanks Yeenie!

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  • I have been looking for a re

    Submitted by Thermomistress on 18. January 2014 - 14:39.

    I have been looking for a re ipe for this dressing for years. I love it!!

    Steph Sofield- Thermomix Consultant 


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  • glad you are enjoying it and

    Submitted by Yeenie on 28. February 2012 - 22:12.

    glad you are enjoying it and thanks the tips for mixing different vegetables 

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  • Beautiful dressing! I had it

    Submitted by SKain on 17. November 2011 - 14:18.

    Beautiful dressing! I had it over an asian slaw type salad which was basically the coleslaw recipe out of the basics book, minus the lemon juice and mayonnaise and then also just included celery, snow peas, red capsicum, spring onion and some cucumber. I finished with some toasted chopped peanuts on top. It was delicious. I served it with some pan fried chicken. The next day I ate the salad just by itself and still just as beautiful if not better. It is a meal on it's own and doesn't really even need meat. I'm also having it today with lettuce, avocado, tomato, snow peas, cucumber, capers and smoked salmon. Divine! Thanks Yeenie!

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