The Dressing to Make You Eat More Salad!

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Japanese Deep roasted sesame dressing – a copycat recipe of the popular Kewpie brand – only better!
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I’ve never been a salad eater…that is until I came upon this delicious dressing! Deep roasted sesame flavour in a dressing that’s not too light, not too rich, with the perfect balance of salty, vinegary and sweet. The commercial version is super popular in Japan for good reasons, and I’ve been able to recreate a version that is almost exactly the same, except with even MORE sesame seeds! Super easy to make at home and can be made gluten free using gluten free soy sauce.

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Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

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  1. I used to spend so much money on sesame dressing (the expensive one from Japan). But then I realised this dressing could be easily made at home. I love your version ! It looks absolutely delicious and no doubt that more salads will be consumed 😊

  2. YES!!!! Cut those weeds down to size! Everyone making dishes chops things so that only one ingredient at a time can fit on the fork or spoon. It defeats the whole purpose of making a dish with multiple ingredients. I want a little of everything in my bite and don’t want to make others work so hard cutting and chopping to have that bite!

  3. When I went to Japan I ate more salad than ever in my life because of that dressing… I love it… Fortunately, finally they are being imported in my country 🙌🏻… but I'll definitely try this recipe

  4. Nice video, only 2 things: 1 since you said you were breast feeding: mirin contains alcohol… if you cook it a bit before, the alcohol will evaporate … and 2nd: you can use sushi vinegar with sugar in it and just save on the honey… And I too eat more salad since I found out the recepie 😋

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