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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Warm Asian Vinaigrette




A few days ago a friend texted me the question,
"What is your favorite word?"
I responded, 
"Extraordinary."
(I don't like to settle for anything less.)

Yesterday I took an online quiz titled:
Which Dictionary Word Best Describes You?
My answers yielded:
"Extraordinary."
Adding:
"You are misunderstood...and mysterious.
To those who can see below the surface, however, you are highly fascinating and truly lovable.
It might take a second for you to warm up,
but once you do, 
you're leagues ahead of everyone else.
You are authentic and extremely versatile."

Just like this vinaigrette. ;)


Use to marinate beef or chicken,

or, Vegans (unite!),
pour over greens and grilled vegetables.
Or, if you want a dish that goes beyond extraordinary,
marinate your meat and vegies before wrapping in a burrito,
and top with the simplest of guacamole made with avocado/crushed garlic/sea salt.
It's versatility is truly mysterious, fascinating, leagues ahead...
and extraordinary.
Don't settle for anything less in a vinaigrette,
Or in life.

Warm Asian Vinaigrette

2/3 cup rice vinegar (it can be brown)
1/4 cup soy sauce (or Nama Shoyu)
1/4 cup Mirin (sweet rice wine)
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 Tablespoons sesame oil
optional: add scallions, sesame seeds, fresh grated ginger and garlic.
Whisk.

2 comments:

  1. Totally excited to try this! Its going on the menu this week! Yay!

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