Wafu dressing is a
vinaigrette-type salad dressingbased on soy sauce, popular in Japan. The name literally means Japanese-style dressing.
The standard wafu dressing consists of a mixture of Japanese soy sauce,
rice vinegarand vegetable oil. There are many variations flavoured with additional ingredients such as aonori, grated ginger, umeboshipuree, wasabior citrus fruits such as yuzu. Those flavoured with sesame oilare often called "chuka(fu) dressing" in Japan, meaning "Chinese style dressing" [http://metropolis.co.jp/tokyo/639/localflavors.asp] , although this is unknown in China. Mari's Foodsmanufactures a wafu dressing under the trademark "Wafu" [http://www.wafu.ca] .
* [http://wokkingmum.blogspot.com/2007/07/japanese-vinaigrette-wafu-dressing.html Wafu Dressing from Let's get Wokking!]
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