Chinese salad dressing with the Chinese salad dressing name for the recipe being Leng P’en. This is one of the easiest Asian salad dressings around.
The original recipe comes from The Art of Chinese Cooking by the Benedictine Sisters of Peking.
The measuring cup used is American, holding 236 ml of liquid.
Use this homemade Chinese salad dressing with cucumbers, cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, or any other vegetable.
Similar to salad dressing used in Chinese restaurants, this Chinese vegetable salad dressing is also delicious with leftover meat.
For a low calorie asian salad dressing without oil, the oil may simply be omitted to make an oil free salad dressing. The dressing may be made in advance and doesn’t need to be kept in the fridge unless it is made with fresh lemon juice.
A little saying below this oriental salad dressing recipe reads:
Anywhere in the world salt is good to eat: anywhere in the world money is good to use.