Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients (except olive oil in a blender). Then, slowly pour in a stream of olive oil to emulsify the dressing. Pour slow enough that the ingredients and oil bind, creating a creamy dressing.

Kandace's Thoughts

By kandace

This is a creamy, thick and hearty dressing perfect on a tossed salad with fresh greens, tomato and cucumber. The garlic really adds a spicy punch to this one. Based on a recipe in RAWVolution – I’ve made mine less salty, added in Braggs and created a thicker consistency (less oily).

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You could use Nama Shoyu or any kind of soy sauce.

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I love the spicy flavor of this dressing... delicious.

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I used Nama Shoyu and everyone gobbled the dressing right up.

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I don't know about emulsifying...I just ended up with oil on the top. But it was very tangy and enjoyable.

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i've never been able to find bragg's aminos... is it sold with the regular soy sauces?

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Absolutely delicious! Should it be refrigerated?

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I loved the spicy taste the garlic had.

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I used Nama Shoyu and everyone gobbled the dressing right up.

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You could use Nama Shoyu or any kind of soy sauce.

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I love the spicy flavor of this dressing... delicious.

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