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Delicious Japanese-Style Oil Free Salad Dressing Recipes

Low calorie oil free salad dressing recipes straight that make it feel like you are eating out at a Japanese restaurant that you can make at home.

Most people think that dressing is something you have to buy at the store to avoid the hassle it is to make it at home.

Have ever made homemade salad dressing before?

In fact making homemade dressing is easythat you think. Not only does it end up saving you time and money, making dressing from scratch leaves you with a sense of security knowing exactly what you are putting in your salad.

The salad dressing recipes that we will be introducing in this Slism is not just any salad easy to make time saving salad dressing, its low-calorie oil free salad dressing that makes a big difference especial when you are thinking about going on a diet.

Healthy "Wafu" Dressing Recipes

Oil based salad dressing that can be bought at your local grocery store are said to contain as much as 80 calories per 15 gram serving. That combined with 1 bulb of lettuce (roughly 490g) that is said to contain around 59 calories and before you know it you are already thinking about you really need dressing for your salad.

Oil based salad dressing combined with all the fixes you are going to put in your salad have a potential to turn into a high calorie snack.

Here are the no-oil salad dressing recipes won't make you think twice about how much calories are in your salad and made an excellent addition to your calorie cutting portfolio something every diet knows is the true stable to losing weight and keeping it off.

Oil Free Salad Dressing Using Onions (7.5 Calories per 15 Gram Serving)

This recipe uses peeled onions and carrots that allow you to flavor you dressing while adding more vegetable to your salad at the same time.

For people who are not used to eating onions, leave it out over night to reduce the spice making it easier to eat.

Complete Set of Ingredients to Make 1.5 Cups of No-Oil Salad Dressing

This recipe uses peeled onions and carrots that allow you to flavor you dressing while adding more vegetable to your salad at the same time.

For people who are not used to eating onions, leave it out over night to reduce the spice making it easier to eat.

Ingredients for Onion Dressing

no oil onion salad dressing ingredients
Ingredients for Low-Cal Onion Salad Dressing
Ingredients Calories
Carrot 1 half 28 Cal
Onions half a bulb 33 Cal
Vinegar a quarter cup 13 Cal
Soy Sauce quarter of a cup 42 Cal
Sugar 2 teaspoons 24 Cal

Cook time: 5 minutes

How-to-make: Simple and Easy Step by Step Mixing Instructions

  1. Cut the carrots and onions into small sizes suitable for suing in salad dressing and place in separate bowls as shown below.
    cut onion carrots salad dressing preparation Onion Dressing in bottle
  2. Take the contents produced in step one and mix well with other ingredients and what you get is a complete cup of low-cal onion salad dressing made with love ready to be poured over your salad.
low cal onion salad dressing complete

Japanese-Style Salad Dressing (18 Calories per 15 Gram Serving)

A simple recipe to get away from thing for Japanese style dressing that you can whip up in minutes are seconds (depending on how fast you are) that goes really good with tofu or meat that comes with more culinary uses than just topping off your salad. (For people not good with acidy taste, try varied quantities of lemon juice)

All the Base Ingredients to Make 45cc of No-Oil Salad Dressing

Ingredients for Japanese-Style Dressing

Japanese style dressing ingredients
Ingredients for Low Cal Japanese-Style Salad Dressing
Ingredients Calories
Soy Sauce a tablespoon 13 Cal
*Mirin 1 tablespoon 44 Cal
Vinegar half a tablespoon 2 Cal
Lemon Juice 1/2 tablespoon 2 Cal

Cook time: 1 minute
* Mirin is sweet cooking rice wine.

Make It Now: Step By Step Ultra-Fast Mixing Instructions

Just mix it all together and you are done! Now you have a fresh batch of Japanese-style salad dressing to be served out to your customers. (For people not good with acidy flavors, mix in the lemon juice observing the taste adjusting to your personal preference)

Instructions mix in the pan. Low Cal Japanese-Style Salad Dressing in bottle
Japanese style dressing complete

No Oil Sesame-Miso Salad Dressing (30 Calories per 15 Gram Serving)

The stakes are up. Now that you are ready eating more 30 more calories per meal it may seem high calorie, but it is not. Compared to oil based salad containing more than 80 calories per serving, there is still no need to worry that this salad dressing is going to make you fat.

However, when compared to other Japanese-style salad dressing previously introduce 30 calories seems like a lot. Don't worry you are safe not to mention the how many dieters just love sesame dressing in their salad.

This recipe can be poured over steamed vegetables and meat and still taste great. It is also said to be good with seafood and stir-fry.

All the Stuff You Are Going To Need To Make 50cc of No-Oil Salad Dressing

Ingredients for Miso-Sesame Dressing

sesame miso dressing ingredients
Ingredients for Low Cal Miso-Sesame Salad Dressing
Ingredients Calories
*Miso 1/2 tablespoon 59 Cal
Roasted Sesame Seeds 1 Tbsp 42 Cal
Water a tablespoon 0 Cal
Mirin  half a tablespoon 22 Cal
Vinegar 1 teaspoon 2 Cal

Cook time: 3 minutes
* Miso is fermented soybean paste.

Mixing Instructions to Make It Now: Ultra-Fast Step by Step

  1. Rub the sesame seeds together. (It's okay if to use roasted sesame seeds)
  2. Mix all the ingredients excluding sesame seeds together until the miso is mixed in well.
  3. Add the contents of step 1 into step 2 and mix thoroughly.
sesame miso salad dressing complete

By Martin Nicholson

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