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Homemade Garlic Vinaigrette

This is a homemade vinaigrette that all my friends love.  It uses raw garlic so there’s a kick to it, good for your health but bad for your breath. I use this sauce on EVERYTHING from gyozas, to dipping seafood, to salads. It really opens up your palate and appetite.


  • chopped garlic
  • chopped green onions
  • tbsp of white sugar
  • 2 tbsp of white vinegar
  • 1 tbsp of cooking sake
  • soy sauce to taste

  • add the chopped green onions, garlic and a tsp of white sugar in a bowl.
  • add a couple of tbsp of hot water to melt the sugar and use the back of the spoon to press on the garlic so that it releases its garlic scent.
  • add white vinegar and cooking sake.  You will need to taste test to see how tangy you would want your dip to be.
  • add soy sauce for colour and taste.  If you can taste the ‘saltyness’ then you added too much soy and add more vinegar and/or hot water to adjust.  This dip should be tangy and not salty.


6 comments on “Homemade Garlic Vinaigrette

  1. sybaritica
    November 3, 2012

    Nice … the sake is a nice touch!

    • admin
      November 6, 2012

      thanks, hope you can get a bottle in your city, i assume it’s probably not easy to get much asian ingredients there?

      • sybaritica
        November 6, 2012

        sadly, that is true 😦

        • drunk ninja
          November 6, 2012

          if you are ever in vancouver, let me know i’ll be sure to send you home with a survival pack.

  2. sybaritica
    November 6, 2012

    Actually, my wife travels there about once a year and usually picks me up all sorts of goodies 🙂

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