Only used 1/2 C grape seed oil. If you’ve been to a Japanese restaurant in the US or Canada, chances are excellent that you’ve had a variation of this carrot ginger dressing. It won’t have the texture of the carrots but maybe you could try pureed carrots from the baby food aisle or a little carrot juice. Some of my favorites are: Did you like this Japanese Carrot Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe? Carrot Ginger Dressing. Hi Christin! A couple of carrots, a small onion and organic canola oil all form the base of this restaurant style dressing. We promise never to share or market your email address. Hi Mary, the serving size is for 6-7 tablespoons (for a big salad). Thank you, Hi Kathy! Pickled Plum Limited Edition Ingredients Box. That may help you figure out the right ratio . Perfect, authentic, Japanese steakhouse salad dressing. I haven’t made this specific recipe yet, but i did make one very similar and used pre-minced/blended ginger in a bottle and onion powder, then I used a mason jar to “blend” by shaking it. Don’t use orange juice. It is just world class with subtle flavors absent in those restaurants which I think just cut corners. 2 tablespoons would be come to about 72-75 calories . Wonderful flavors. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. I used a sweet onion and it tastes amazing! The dressing is supposed to be grainy so I’m not sure how I would go about smoothing it out… You could zap the carrots in the microwave to soften them, this might help with the texture. A very authentic, amazing concoction of ingredients that defies any Japanese ginger carrot dressing. Make this iconic and delicious Japanese Carrot Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe in less than 10 minutes! I’m accustomed to salad serving size as 2 tablespoons. While keeping the blender on, slowly add the oil so that it emulsifies (blends) with the other ingredients. Hi Carey, I unfortunately am not familiar with the orange juice version. Taste like my favorite Asian resteraunt …even better! 34 calories; protein 0.3g 1% DV; carbohydrates 2.9g 1% DV; fat 1.7g 3% DV; cholesterol 0mg; sodium 111.4mg 5% DV. Let sit for 1 hour. I really wanted it to taste like the dressing at one of my favorite sushi restaurants and I can honestly say that I think this taste better than the restaurant’s dressing (maybe because it’s fresh). We all loved it. Hi Jennifer! I made this last night and it was awesome! Hi Stu! Very much YUM! It was about 2  1/2 carrots and 3/4 of a medium yellow onion. Thanks for sharing this recipe!! . Information is not currently available for this nutrient. Thank you for sharing this tip! Currently learning wok skills. Pickled Plum is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to This is the ubiquitous restaurant style ginger and carrot dressing you get on your starter salad at your local Japanese steakhouse and sushi restaurant. I’d like to compare them and decide which I like better. Add all the ingredients, except for the oil, in the blender and press start. Midnight Diner on Netflix was delightful! Omg, I made it and it was delicious! Read my disclaimer here. I made this recipe today and it is delish! Required fields are marked *, Rate this recipe Is it 2 tablespoons to a serving or 1/4 or 1/2 cup serving???? I doubled the ingredients to make a vat of it. I made it as written and felt it was lacking something. I will definitely try to make that tonight:), Do you happen to know the amount of ingredients needed not in ounces? ★☆. While it usually turns into a salad with carrot ginger dressing, it can also be used as a dip for spring rolls, as a sauce for salmon, or even as a sandwich spread. Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved, The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. ★☆ Hi Kathy, you can use a regular white or yellow onion . Definitely a big hit in our family. So happy I found this recipe. I am going to try adding a little lemon and see how I like it. Thanks for sharing! I was able to pull this together from my pantry & frig and it’s excellent! Thanks so much! Fan favorite on our house! All the other recipes I have come across add ketchup or tomato paste. Hi there! The difference will be that there won’t be the same level of zing (or bite) in the dressing since ground ginger doesn’t provide that. I found the answer in 1 of the comment’s so glad i decided to read all the comments. Thank you. Hi Linda, I’m so sorry but I don’t think this dressing can be made without a blender .