Friday, September 20, 2013

Wafu Japanese Dressings

I love going to Japanese Steakhouses. Unfortunately, I haven't been to one for years. Actually, my family hasn't even dined out at a restaurant since my 21 month old was just a little thing in a car seat. So with three young kids who have different concepts of cooperation, we usually settle on take-out. And we all know that the terms "Japanese Steakhouse" & "take-out", just don't go together.


Now I can enjoy a Japanese Steakhouse inspired salad at home! Wafu Japanese Dressings are made of high quality natural ingredients & are amazingly delicious.

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Wasabi Edamame is perfect with steak! I made a salad of spring mix & topped it with carrots, radishes, snow peas, red & green onions, medium-rare grilled steak, crispy wonton wrappers & of course a bit of Wasabi Edamame Dressing. The taste was amazing! Much better than I was anticipating.



Next up, Ginger Carrot. On each bottle is a tag with a suggested recipe. This dressing said it made the perfect dip when a bit of Siracha was added. So of course I made a Shrimp Egg Roll Salad (store bought egg rolls though because I'm not that good...yet). I kept my lettuce pretty simple with some crunchy radishes, carrots, red & green onions. Honestly, I questioned how good it would be because I can be a bit persnickety about my sauces. The end result...well, I need to buy more Ginger Carrot Dressing because I'm completely out!

The Original Sesame was perfect for my Japanese inspired Chicken Caesar Salad. And I used the Original Sesame Light on a cold noodle salad made from leftover spaghetti noddles, cucumbers, carrots, mushrooms & green onions. Sadly for you, I inhaled both of these long before I even thought to take a picture. Sorry.


Wafu Dressings are cholesterol free (with the exception of Original Sesame which is low cholesterol), peanut free & kosher. Which  means I can get my Japanese Steakhouse fix whenever I want to without feeling guilty about it. Except I might feel a bit guilty about not wanting to share....nah! 

Also available in Natural Wafu, which are all gluten free & GMO free. You can find the Natural Wafu Dressings in Whole Food stores in the mid Atlantic. Or you can order Wafu Japanese Dressings online.  

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**Disclaimer: I received these products to try from Wafu Japanese Dressings & am simply sharing my personal opinion which may vary from yours. I was not compensated for this review.

22 comments:

  1. Those pictures are making me hungry.

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  2. That looks sooo yummy! I'll have to have dinner at your house lol

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  3. Sounds terrific! I love that they are cholesterol free!

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  4. This looks really good.. Makes me hungry looking at it..

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  5. Yum, those look great!! Going to have put that on my shopping list! Thanks for the review.

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  6. That Ginger Carrot looks delicious!

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  7. Oh I really need to try these! I love Asian inspired anything!

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  8. I have got to try this, love new recipes!

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  9. The samples I got last time was expired so I couldn't really tell if they were good, they do look yummy though! :)

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  10. These sound really good. Great review and I love the pics!

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  11. YUM! These look so good! They are a new product to me!

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  12. Oh these sound so good!!! I have to try them!

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  13. Never heard of this brand before. Sounds very interesting and looks good!

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  14. Those sound delicious, I want to try them!

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  15. I've never heard of these, but I LOVE sauces and dips! I'm going to be on the look out for these!

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  16. I love these sauces and dips! I'm the only one who will eat other foods besides tacos. This allows me to feel as though I'm eating in a Japanese flavors.

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  17. Your pictures and review are awesome! I have never had Japanese food before and now I am curious to try!

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  18. Your pictures and review are awesome! I have never had Japanese food before and now I am curious to try!

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  19. Oh man! I haven't had breakfast yet. Your pics are making me so hungry! I want to try those Japanese dressings!

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