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Chinese Green Tea Dressing

 

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Recipe

Chinese Green Tea Dressing

The magic of Asian ingredients! With such intense and clean flavors, a little goes a long way. You will love this dressing not only on many salads, but also drizzled on grilled fish, tofu, or chicken.

Times

  • Ready Time : 0 min

Servings

21/2 cup (s)s

Ingredients

  • 1 2-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled
  • 1/2 cup toasted sesame oil
  • 1/2 cup strong green tea (or Red or White) Decaf OK
  • 2 tablespoons honey, agave, or maple syrup
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup unfilited apple cider vinegar or brown rice vinegar
  • dash of bottled hot sauce to taste

Directions

Grind the ginger finely in food processor.  Add all remaining ingredients and process until smooth.  Store refrigerated in a glass jar.

About Levana Kirschenbaum

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Lévana Kirschenbaum was co-owner of Levana Restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper West Side (alas, recently closed after thirty two years), and the pioneer in Kosher upscale dining. She is a cooking teacher and cookbook author, and gets countless devoted fans for her fearless, practical and nutritious approach to cooking. She gives weekly cooking demos, and gets cooking demo engagements around the country. She has published "Levana's Table: Kosher Cooking for Everyone", "Levana Cooks Dairy-Free!”, and a book-dvd set based on her demo series called "In Short Order”. She has just published her latest cookbook: “The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple”. She is launching a line of all-natural spelt desserts, called, what else, Lévana. Her weekly cooking demos take place at her apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side: Get ready for dinner and a show! Go onto her website to find out more about her demos, cookbooks, desserts, and entertaining stories at www.levanacooks.com

 

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2 Responses to Chinese Green Tea Dressing

  1. avatar says: Ruchama

    In our local market here in Berkeley we can buy kosher ground ginger. Based on my experience, grinding or finely chopping ginger in a full sized food processor would be somewhat challenging. Would a spice grinder (similar to a coffee grinder) work for those not fortunate enough to have the kosher ground ginger available?

  2. Hi Ruchama, so sorry I don’t understand the question. My recipes are 100% tried and true. I instruct my readers to use the food processor for this dressing because it works perfectly. Why look for anything else?

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