Here is the dressing that goes perfectly with the Asian Salad I promised you! I use this dressing for other ways like a dip for chicken or fish but I love using it on Asian Salad.

It is sugar free, with fresh ingredients that will amplify the flavor of anything you add it to it especially on an Asian salad and will bring all of those ingredients together perfect. For a lot of people, including myself, the dressing is a big part of why a salad tastes good. I love sauces and dressings and if I can’t have that on my salad I don’t know if I’d eat as much salad as I currently do because I love it so much and at the same time I can’t stand the store bought kinds that are so full of unnecessary fats and sugar.

As I’ve mentioned before in some of my other dressing blogs, a salad is usually healthy, but the dressing is where all of the sugar comes from. Most store bought dressings are super high in calories, full of preservatives and chemicals, are more expensive and overall you just aren’t able to choose what is going into the dressing. For me, I always like knowing what is in my foods because it’s what’s going into mine and my family’s bodies, and I want to be able to use natural ingredients rather than dyes and other artificial flavorings that adds no nutrition and can be so detrimental to our health.

This dressing is sweet and savory and matches perfectly to the type of salad it’s being paired with. It has garlic, sesame oil and even some freshly grated ginger. With all of the elements we’re using you are getting a kick of sweet, salty, spicy but something that will always be delicious. And you won’t have to stress about how much you’re spreading all over your salad! It’s everything you could ever want in a salad. It’s fresh and well made healthy.

No Sugar Added Salad Dressing

Ingredients:

1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar

1 clove garlic, pressed

1 tablespoon cornstarch

2 tablespoon sesame oil

1 tablespoon powder Lite and Sweet

1 teaspoon freshly grated ginger

1 teaspoon lite soy sauce

1 tsp Sesame Seeds

Directions:

To make the vinaigrette, whisk together rice wine vinegar, garlic, cornstarch, sesame oil, powder Lite and Sweet, ginger, lite soy sauce, and sesame seeds in a small bowl.

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