Orange Miso Sesame Ginger Dressing

Orange Miso Sesame Ginger Dressing

When fermented umami flavored miso paste meets fresh zest vibrant orange it is a match made in heaven! Throw in some sesame and you have a delicious Asian inspired dressing that will brighten up any salad!

I love tossing this dressing over my Asian Chop Salad, which is full of flavor and loads of texture. I need lots of texture and pops of interesting flavors in my salads – boring salads just don’t do it for me. This is the perfect summer salad and I have also gravitated towards orange, sesame, ginger umami flavors in the winter too. You honestly can’t go wrong with this one!

Orange Miso Sesame Ginger Dressing in a bowl

This dressing works well over fish too as a sauce or a marinade! Sometimes, we switch out the orange in this recipe for mandarin, which offers a slightly different flavor. This dressing gets its sweetness from the whole fruit, instead of using ‘added’ sweeteners, which means there’s fiber in there too to feed your good gut buddies in your microbiota.

Orange Miso Sesame Ginger Dressing

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Recipe by Priscilla Soligo Course: Condiments, Sauces & Dressings


  • 100g ½ Cup Orange, peeled, deseeded

  • 40g 2 Tbsps White Miso

  • 40g 2 1/2 Tbsps Lemon Juice

  • 30g 2 Tbsps Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  • 18g 1 Tbsp Tamari

  • 17g 1 Tbsp Tahini

  • 15g 1 Tbsp Fresh Ginger

  • 15g 1 Tbsp Toasted Sesame Oil

  • 5g 1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar

  • 3g 1 tsp Orange Zest


  • In a high-speed blender, blend all ingredients until creamy smooth.


  • Storage: Dressing stores well in an airtight sealed glass container in the fridge for up to one week.

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Nutrition Facts

4 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories300
  • % Daily Value *

    * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


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