Orange ginger dressing
The Orange Ginger Dressing recipe is a great addition to your salad marinade collection. Fruity and spicy, it goes on a flavorful journey towards Asia. You should definitely try it.
- Juice of 4 oranges
- zest of 1/2 orange
- 1 clove of garlic (up to 3 pcs)
- 1 pc ginger, thumb length
- 1 tsp soy sauce
- 1 tsp sesame oil
- 1 tsp honey
- 1 tsp chili flakes
This fruity salad dressing will add an absolutely awesome (forgive me for using this expression! – OK – not really, because it just is) variant.
All too often we forget about the most natural way to sour salads and literally roll over in our search for new vinegar creations, which of course have their uses(!). But especially citrus fruits are predestined for this. Tangy, fruity, acidic, they tickle our palate and accompany us just for that reason almost daily on our menu. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the juice or the peel.
The latest trend on TikTok is to eat whole lemons, really with the entire peel and piPaPo, while smacking like a pig. You are not supposed to make a face. What wants to be proven with it eludes me however completely, since I can begin with it nothing. Am probably, if not definitely sure, too old for it ^^
Back to what I actually wanted to tell you & should: It must not always be the most expensive vinegar. Gives life the not so sweet oranges, then make dressing out of it.
For the asian orange ginger dressing, peel the garlic and cut into very fine cubes.
Grate the ginger. You do not have to peel it beforehand! However, you should use a good grater .
TIPP FOR Orange ginger dressing
The Asian Orange Ginger Dressing keeps in the refrigerator up to 5 days and even a little beyond. However, I ask you to be very careful with the garlic at the beginning, because it can very quickly take over the command and so from the rest is not really something to taste! So give in the beginning rather less of garlic in the salad dressing and feel your way so to your personal taste