Recently tried a new recipe for sesame dressing. This one was easy to put together and doesn't make a lot, so it was also easy to use up.
I first used it on steamed broccoli.
The second time I used it, I wilted some cabbage and then used some of the dressing.
Sesame Dressing from "Everyday Salads" by Masaki Higuchi
2 tablespoons sesame oil
1 tablespoon kurozu (black vinegar)
1 tablespoon sesame paste (tahini)
1/2 tablespoon shoyu
1/2 tablespoon kuromitsu (black honey similar to molasses)
1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds
Place everything in a bowl and whisk.
NOTES: I didn't have black vinegar so I just used rice vinegar. Also, if you don't have kuromitsu, I think you could probably use honey. I added a little ground black pepper and threw everything into a jar and shook it up.
The author notes that you could also add cilantro, ginger, garlic and/or chives.
I like that this dressing isn't too sweet.
I'll be making this dressing again.
It's Friday! hope you have a nice weekend.