This tahini miso dressing could not be easier. The only tools you need to make it are a bowl and a fork.
Pour tahini miso dressing over basically any food you want. I like it on salads, over roasted vegetables, even stirred into soups to add a little creaminess and umami power. You can also serve it up as a dip for fresh veggies. The possibilities are basically endless. ENDLESS!
Tomorrow, I’ll have a super easy roasted veggie recipe that you can use this dressing on. So maybe make a double batch today, so you can eat some tonight AND some tomorrow?
What I love about this dressing – besides the fact that it’s versatile and delicious – is that it’s crazy easy to make. It has only five ingredients (one of which is water), and it mixes up in under five minutes. Just whisk everything together, and you’re good to go!
Normally, I don’t use much ground ginger. Fresh just has much better flavor, and it’s easy enough to mince up some ginger when you need it. For this dressing, though, ground ginger is key. The powdered spice dissolves in the liquid ingredients, yielding a smooth, creamy dressing. You can substitute fresh ginger, if a perfectly smooth texture isn’t your thing. Just mince it up as finely as possible, and use 1/2 teaspoon instead of a full teaspoon.
Right. So grab your four ingredients, get yourself a bowl and a fork, and whisk up a batch of tahini miso dressing, y’all! You won’t regret it!
5-Ingredient Tahini Miso Dressing
- In a small bowl, mix everything together until you have a smooth, uniform mixture. The finished dressing will be pretty thick, but if you want it a bit thinner, add 2 more tablespoons of water.
- The dressing will keep for about a week in the fridge. Store any leftovers in a container with a secure lid, like a pint sized mason jar. GIve it a shake before serving**.