List of 18 Soy-Free Salad Dressing Ingredients
I adore the Soy Free Thai Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe I’ve created for you in this post. It is can be a challenge to find soy-free bottled dressings. Making your own dressing for your favorite salad is a tasty answer to that problem. It takes less than 8 minutes to whip up a dressing. Below is a list of my absolute favorite soy-free ingredients that work in all types of salad dressings.
Soy-Free Salad Dressing Ingredients
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Sunflower Seed Oil
- Canola Oil
- Avocado Oil
- Sesame Oil
- Soy Free Mayonnaise
- Fresh herbs
- Dried herbs
- Garlic and onions
- Citrus juice
- Balsamic vinegar
- Sherry vinegar
- Apple cider vinegar
- Salt and pepper
Asian Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe
Asian salad dressings are light, spicy, and delicious. I love them but have been struggling for years to find a Thai-inspired dressing at a restaurant without soy and rice vinegar. Make your own in under 8 minutes! You will love the super tasty Soy Free Thai Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe as it has a homemade spice seasoning mix that is quite delicious. Make it in advance to save time. This will impress your guests.
Other Uses For Thai Vinaigrette Dressing
The No Soy and Lovin’ It Tasty Thai Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe is yummy over stronger greens like kale and shredded cabbage. It saves well for up to a week in the refrigerator.
How To Meat Marinade
This super-flavorful Soy Free Thai Vinaigrette Dressing recipe works doubly well as a chicken or fish marinade. Place raw chicken or fish in a glass baking dish, pour the dressing over the top, cover, and let marinade between 4 hours to overnight.
Easy Lettuce Wrap
To make an 8 Minute or Less to prep Asian lettuce wrap, tear up a rotisserie chicken, chop some cabbage, carrots, or onions, wrap in lettuce leaves, then drizzle this dressing over it all. Yum!
No Soy and Lovin’ It Tasty Thai Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe
- 4 Tbsp avocado or olive oil
- 3 Tbsp white vinegar (or rice vinegar if you are able to consume grains)
- 1 1/2 Tbsp sesame oil
- 1 Tbsp sunflower seed butter or almond butter (optional)
- 2 Tbsp citrus juice
- 2 Tbsp coconut aminos (optional – tastes like soy sauce, I prefer leaving it out of the recipe)
- 1 Tbsp Coconut Thai Spice Seasoning Mix
- 2 tsp fresh ginger, grated
- 1 fresh garlic clove, minced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Blend ingredients togetherin food processor or use a mortar and pestle
- Serve drizzled over salad or as a marinade. Works great on salads made from stronger flavored greens due to the strong flavors in the dressing recipe
- Serve immediately, but will store for a few days if refrigerated