This delicious sesame dressing, known as ‘gomadare’ dressing, goes perfectly with strips of yummy chicken or LEFTOVER TURKEY and a crunchy fresh salad.
It’s perfect as a little side salad or can be a satisfying meal in itself.
2 chicken breasts (or turkey)
Some salady things (e.g. crispy lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, radish, spring onions and carrots)
Gomadare dressing –
2 tbsp chicken stock (you can use the water leftover from your cooked chicken)
2 tbsp white sesame paste (or tahini)
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp sugar
½ tbsp rice vinegar
1 tbsp ground toasted white sesame
1. Boil chicken breasts in salted boiling water for about 10 mins. Remove the chicken leave to cool – don’t throw away the water.
2. Meanwhile prepare vegetables (slice cucumber, radish, chop spring onions, grate carrot, etc.)
3. Grind sesame with pestle and mortar – if you don’t have a pestle and mortar, chop up the sesame with a knife and crush with a rolling pin/spoon/use your imagination.
4. Take 2 tbsp of the reserved chicken water. Mix in all other dressing ingredients and combine well until no lumps.
5. Put salad in little individual bowls, shred some strips of chicken into each. Drizzle over sauce and eat!