Miso Healthy Dressing

This tangy dressing is absolutely one of my favorite recipes (yes, I play favorites with my own recipes) from my newest book, Radiance 4 Life. Hope you love it as much as I do!

This addictive dressing will jazz up any salad, veggie pasta toss, tempeh, or grain dish. Miso is incredibly immune-boosting and detoxifying, so you can feel great about indulging in this incredibly tasty dressing!

▪ ¼ cup each: raw cashews, balsamic vinegar, and sesame oil (raw, not toasted)

▪ ½ cup each: water and chopped onion

▪ 2 tablespoons dark miso (I use red miso)

▪ 1 tablespoon tamari


1. In a blender or food processor, blend the cashews, vinegar, and oil until smooth.

2. Add the remaining ingredients and blend until very smooth and no lumps

remain. This will keep, refrigerated in an airtight container, for several weeks.


Makes 1¾ cups dressing (14 servings)

GF/Green/HR (according to the guidelines in my books)

30 Minutes or Under!



 Superstars: cashews, sesame, onion, miso

8 comments:

  1. This is good recipe... I also like this so much... Thanks for sharing here..

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  2. This dressing also use miso, a fermented soybean with good flavor that reminds me deep soil of Japanese cuisine.

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  3. I make this salad dressing all of the time because it’s fast, simple, light, and has such a deep delicious flavour.

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  4. In a blender or food processor, blend the cashews, vinegar, and oil until smooth.

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  5. This addictive dressing will jazz up any salad, veggie pasta toss, tempeh, or grain dish. Miso is incredibly immune-boosting and detoxifying, so you can feel great about indulging in this incredibly tasty dressing!

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  6. a fermented soybean with good flavor that reminds me deep soil of Japanese cuisine.

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