This sweet dressing has a smooth sweet taste with a bit of a kick from the Dijon mustard. It can be used to dress up a salad or as a sauce for chicken or as a drizzle in a wrap. My favorite is to use it as a dressing for a chicken salad.Makes 1/2 cup
Keyword: Dressing/Sauce, salad
1/4cupmayo do not use Miracle Whip
1tbsprice vinegarsee note
1 tspdijon mustardsee note
1/8tspsesame seed oilsee note
Mix all ingredients together. Makes about 1/2 cup of sauce. Refrigerate for up to one week.
You can use any type of vinegar in this recipe. I love rice vinegar because of the Asian flavor. It is slightly sweet with not too much acidity and there is usually no added salt or sugars so you can control the flavor. You can find rice vinegar on the Asian food aisle at any grocery store. If you do not have rice vinegar, a regular white vinegar will do, or a cider vinegar as well.
The Dijon mustard flavor is subtle in this recipe, but if you want it to stand out more add more to your liking.
Sesame seed oil has a very strong taste-a little goes a long way, and too much can easily ruin your dressing. So start with 1/8 tsp and slowly add more up to 1/4 tsp. Sesame seed oil is carried at most grocery stores and can be found with the Asian sauces and condiments.