I am a great lover of salad, not just in the hot weather, but as an side accompaniment to a main meal. There is nothing I love more than a really nice dressing and when I found out that Wagamama has launched two new salad dressings I was interested to try them. There are two varieties of Wagamama Salad Dressing, Wagamama light house soy dressing and Wagamama chilli, coriander and ginger dressing. Both of these sounded nice.
Wagamama is a Japanese themed restaurant chain and the menu is a mix of side dishes, main meals and deserts. The food is brought to the table as soon as it is ready ensuring its freshness. Wagamama salad dressing has been inspired by the restaurant menu allowing you to indulge your passion for good food at home. Wagamama Salad Dressing was developed with the head chef, Ron Lento and in keeping with Wagamama’s ethos of ‘positive eating, positive living’, the dressings are 100% natural – free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
Wagamama Chilli, Coriander and Ginger Dressing
Described as an aromatic and spicy dressing that blends zingy red chilli, fragrant coriander and warming ginger to give a vibrant fresh taste I was looking forward to tasting the Wagamama Chilli, Coriander and Ginger Dressing.The dressing is brownish in colour and you can see the flakes of chilli and coriander suspended in the oil. It is a very light dressing, not too oily and it has a definite zing about it. It gives a lovely spice to the salad and in fact is my new favourite salad dressing. It was so nice I had to use a piece of bread to mop up the remaining dressing on my plate. If you want a salad dressing that is delicious and exciting this is definitely worth a try.
Wagamama Light Soy House Dressing
I am used to adding soy sauce to cooked meals but have never thought of adding it to a salad dressing. The Wagamama Light Soy Sauce Salad Dressing is a combination of light soy sauce and white wine vinegar and is the same as that served in the restaurant. This is also a lovely salad dressing. It had a nice light taste with a hint of bite. Again it is not too oily and it really goes nicely with a salad.
I enjoyed both of these dressings and will definitely get these again. They are a bit more interesting than a normal vinaigrette dressing and make a salad even more interesting.
The new range of Wagamama dressings are available at Sainbury’s, Asda and Booths with an RRP of £2.29.
Disclosure: I received a bottle of each of the salad dressings to review but I was not told what to write and my opinions are my own honest opinions.
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