Chopped peanuts, ginger, lime and soy make this an exciting and versatile dressing that goes great with Asian fusion style fair or brings a little zip and texture to a simple salad.
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*TAMARI is a gluten-free soy sauce, you can also use coconut aminos or vegetable amino to replace soy sauce.
*SESAME OIL adds a great flavour and body to this sauce. Store sesame oil in the fridge to keep it fresh.