Cold soba topped with green beans and pan fried chicken breasts (seasoned with salt and pepper). The dressing is home made creamy kinako-sesame-almond. I used the recipe below and with a kinako-sesame almond mix I had.
This was my first time making a creamy salad dressing. I don’t usually even eat creamy salad dressings but I have a soft spot for sesame dressing. I had always assumed it was basically mayo and sesame seeds and had never looked it up. Tonight I felt like sesame dressing but since I was out and getting a baby ready to go shopping for five minutes seems silly, I looked it up on Cookpad. Cookpad is my go to Japanese recipe site. I was pleased to find out that you don’t need mayo to make sesame dressing. I skipped one ingredient because I couldn’t remember how to read the characters and was too lazy to look it up.
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50mL plain soy milk
1 tablespoon miso
1-2 teaspoons vinegar (go for one)
1+ tablespoons ground white sesame
Put everything in a small jar or salad dressing container and mix (I shook it). Done and done.