Carrot Ginger Dressing

Carrot Ginger Dressing Recipe // Dula Notes

First, my cast iron skillet is fine! Thanks to a few tips from Billy, I used a copper mesh scrubber and some soapy water on the sticky parts. I scrubbed and the sticky film transformed into little beads that I could wash out of the skillet. Both a harsh scrubber and soapy water are NOT what you want to use on your skillet unless you have a situation. I definitely had a situation. The scrubber did take away some of the seasoning on my skillet in the areas where it was stickiest and I scrubbed most, but after a couple of coats of coconut oil, it’s looking like its beautiful self again. Phew.

Making the delicious carrot ginger dressing you get in Japanese restaurants is something I have always wanted to do. The freshness of the dressing on crisp lettuce leaves is tied into the sushi experience for me. It’s the ultimate healthy start to a meal. If you’ve always wanted to make it, too, I have excellent news. It’s easy!

Carrot Ginger Dressing Recipe // Dula Notes

If you like light and healthy dressings that are full of flavor, this is for you. I tossed my dressing with baby kale, but you can use your favorite greens. This will be my official spring and summer dressing.

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  1. homemade dressings are where it’s at! I need a new asian-ish one, this sounds perfect…plus, I have all of the ingredients on hand!

  2. I most certainly did want to know how to make this kind of dressing! I can’t wait to try it. The oil before liquid sweetener thing is so smart, too.

    • I’m glad you were looking for this dressing and that it found you! I can’t remember where I first heard the oil before honey trick, but it’s a miracle.

  3. I’ve made a similar dressing with cooked carrots, but raw carrots seems so much fresher, obviously! I love this kind of vinaigrette! Nicely done!

  4. I recently found your site and I love it — everything you make looks delicious!. So glad to have a new, pretty site to read 🙂 Take care!

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