Cooking is one of the best ways to express your creativity, and crafting your own is the best way to keep you healthy! So your homemade onion dressing can be a piece of art!
Unlike store-bought dressings (with unfamiliar ingredients), you feel nourished after eating as we are what we eat!
This homemade onion dressing recipe is so easy to make. Yet it takes only 15min. Additionally, you involve your children in a cooking lesson/play! Like syokuiku(food education) in Japan, you are guiding your children towards healthy eating habits.
In this article, you will learn how to make homemade onion dressing.
What you need
- measuring spoon
- small containers
- Mason jar (125ml)
- small spoons
Ingredients for onion dressing
- 2 tbsp soy sauce
- 2 tbsp vinegar I used rice vinegar.
- 1 tbsp sugar organic cane sugar
- 1 tbsp white onion (grated)
- 2 tsp sesame oil I used KADOYA pure sesame oil.
- 1 tsp sesame seeds I ground the seeds, but it is your preference.
- ¼ tsp mustard
Cooking Instruction for Onion Dressing
Step 1: Measure all the ingredients and put them in separate containers. Make sure the onion gets grated before measuring. I ground the sesame seeds, but it’s your preference.
Step 2: Add all the ingredients into a Mason jar or any sealed container. To clarify, there is no mixing order for the ingredients. Place the lid and shake.
Step3: Serve or keep it in the fridge. Since onion slowly releases its flavour, it tastes better the next day.
Although I suggested the number of ingredients, it’s up to you for creating your own formula. As we know everyone has a different taste, so you can turn your kitchen into a lab. This is where your creativity blossoms!
With our busy lifestyles, it is challenging to cook something from scratch. But it is heartbreaking to see children with preventable health issues.
What if children in North America had access to food education? Surely, it would reduce a great number of health issues, which creates more smiles in our society.
Now, let’s take 15minutes for making the homemade onion dressing. Trust me, you feel much better eating what you make!