Adventures in Everyday Entertaining
This simple but tasty dressing is perfect as we head into the summer. Try it with a green leaf salad mixed with mandarin orange slices and cashews. Or use it to baste salmon or chicken while grilling.
Orange Sesame Dressing — from Cooking Light Magazine
Combine orange juice, soy sauce, lime juice, and sesame seeds in a small bowl and combine with a whisk. Incorporate the sesame oil last and whisk until combined and smooth.
I will have to try this on chicken…since we seem to eat this 3 times a week. sigh☺
Hehe… chicken always seems to be a staple. And this should jazz it up quite nicely! 🙂
oh! I would love this with chicken; sounds delicious Kenley!
Thanks Ingrid! 🙂
Um, YES to this dress recipe! I use something really similar for a raw kale salad and you’re reminding me that I need to bust that gem out again. This looks so good, I might sub it in!
Oh this would be great on the kale! 🙂 Let me know if you use it the next time you make your raw kale salad.
Yum! This looks great.
Thanks Lisa! 🙂
Awesome dressing, this is a keeper.
Love sesame dressing! We sometimes even put them on cold noodles for the summer. Never had an orange flavor one before, so we’re excited to try!
Yum! You had me at cashews and greens!
🙂 Yeah…cashews in salads are the best!! Well, really any nut in salads. 🙂
I love sesame seeds. Also liked the above comment about the noodles. Between us my friends and I feed a lot of teens and they like the cold noodle salad. I reckon I will be a hit with one! They get so hungry and eat literally mountains of pasta. I
Ha, I bet! And I think this would be perfect on cold noodle salad. 🙂
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This is such a fabulous recipe Kenley. I would love to use it on chicken. 🙂
Thanks Danny! It would be very good on chicken.
FYI I have pinned this dressing. I so much prefer the homemade ones to the commercial bottled ones and this one looks sooo easy to make and tasty to eat. Thanks Kenley! ~Thea
Thanks so much Thea! And I agree — homemade dressings are always preferred in our house as well.