Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Recipe: Oriental Honey Mustard Dressing

I received a recipe once for a similar dressing, but it made only a small amount.  This is so delicious that I needed to tweak it and make a big batch.  I adjusted amounts so that it is easy to measure one ingredient at a time into a 2 cup measuring cup and just keep adding more ingredients into the same measuring cup--saves dishes.


3/4 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup grey poupon dijon mustard
2/3 cup honey
1/3 cup white vinegar
1/2 tsp toasted seasame oil

Using a 2 cup measuring cup or larger, add ingredients in one on top of the other keeping track of measurements.  Mix with a spoon and then using a fine seive, strain into a 1 quart jar using the spoon to press through the mesh to make a creamy dressing.  Cover and refrigerate for up to a week.

Serve over your favorite salad.  We like to make an oriental fried chicken salad by baking prepared crispy chicken strips and cutting them into pieces (I like Tyson brand) and serving over romaine lettuce with thinly sliced red cabbage, carrots, green oinions, sliced almonds and crispy chow main noodles.


  1. I've never made my own dressing before, it doesn't sound too hard to do. I'm here from the CAST team blog post. I already am a GFC follower, but I'm going to follow you on Twitter now too.

  2. It looks easy to make and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  3. One of my favorites. I want to try it.


  4. Sounds yummy! And, all your blog photos are so beautiful! :)

  5. This sounds Yum Sue and thanks for sharing with us :)