This Asian Noodle Salad with thinly sliced red cabbage, julienned carrots and radishes in spicy peanut dressing is ideal for picnics, barbecues or a delicious work lunch. The best part is it could be made ahead as it keeps well in the fridge and becomes even more flavourful! If you like this Asian noodle recipe, serve it with my Salmon and Bok Choy for a delicious dinner. I will admit I love a good and satisfying salad in the summer. The time of the year when all I want to do is relax and read a book. Preferably on a beach.
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Applebees asian dressing
Made with sesame oil, soy sauce, seasoned rice vinegar, honey, and the perfect blend of spices, this Asian salad dressing is a quick, easy, and healthy salad dressing recipe that really packs a flavor punch! How many of us have the same old boring salad for lunch every day? All my salad dressings and vinaigrettes are quick, easy, made with simple ingredients, healthy, and PACKED with flavor. This particular vinaigrette is so well-rounded in flavor.
Our quick and easy vinaigrette brings together three of the most essential ingredients in Asian cuisine: aromatic sesame oil, soy sauce, and tangy rice vinegar. While the sesame oil adds an unctuous consistency to meals while imparting a distinct flavor and aroma, and soy sauce adds umami saltiness, the rice vinegar brings acidity and sweetness to balance the overall character of savory dishes. Use this tasty dressing on raw salads, as a marinade for chicken or beef, or to season vegetables before roasting them in the oven. Change up the ratios and experiment with the recipe; a spicier dressing can be a great dipping sauce for beef strips or potstickers; a garlicky version is a wonderful fish marinade for a baked fish. The preparation keeps well in the fridge for up to a week, so if you want to have more at hand, simply double the amounts and label it in a mason jar in the fridge.