A good dressing is the secret to making an excellent salad. It’s so simple to make a dressing from scratch; you can get creative with the ingredients as much as you want. A freshly made dressing can be stored for future servings. Once you get the hang of it you will never buy the ready-made ones.
What you will love about this dressing:
- You can make a whole bottle of it and keep it for the next few salads and one-pot meals. Just keep it in the fridge.
- A good dressing is like the bonding element that puts disjointed pieces together; such as the left-overs you have from the past 2 days. Throw them together with some brown rice, quinoa or pasta, splash some of that dressing on and voila!
- 1 tbsp miso paste (fermented soy beans, available in most health stores or Japanese shops; make sure no MSG is added)
- 2.5 tbsp balsamic vinegar
- ½ cup virgin olive oil
- Combine all ingredients.
- Pick up two forks and turn them to face each other.
- Whisk the dressing with the forks until it’s well emulsified.
- Use what’s needed and transfer the remains to a glass jar and keep for future servings.