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Very good salad / side. The only change made was to stir fry spinach in a pan sprayed with Pam till wilted verses boiling and squeezing. Other then that made exactly as written. We like the balance of flavors and that it is light enough to go with almost anything. Thanks so much for the post.
I'm really hoping for a bumper crop of spinach this year, because I want to make this again & again. I think you're right, this makes just enough for 2 - and if you're a big gomae you could eat the entire batch (as I may have done...ahem). It's a 10 minute salad, and unlike some other gomae dressings I've tried, the sesame flavour is there, but not so strong that you miss out on everything else. Thanks!!
Aussie Swap#54 Delicious and unique!! I love spinach and this recipe is an awesome way to enjoy it!! Thank you for sharing!
Great salad. I toasted the sesame seeds and then crushed them in a mortar and pestle -- that's when they got really fragrant! Thanks, Chef floWer! Made for Aussie Kiwi Recipe Swap 46.
This salad was "just ok" for us. We're not big spinach fans to begin with, but the dressing was good.
Very different intersting salad. I made it to have as part of lunch. This salad is meant to be with Japnese food and I recommend that it be served that way. I gave it 5 stars because I can envision it with the right food combination. Perhaps with lovely fried rice and prawns , tempura would be perfect. I enjoyed it as a lunch side but not as much as I would if It had been with Japanese food. I love trying something new
Oh my goodness, this was good! I used fresh spinach and left it warm. I had some homemade gomashio so used it. Loved the flavors! Thanks! Made for Everyday is a Holiday.
The dressing wasn't sweet or tangy enough for me. Next time I will use my usual recipe.
Mmm -- so easy and so delicious. We loved the sauce, and especially the wonderful taste of the toasted sesame seeds. I used fresh, pre-packaged and pre-washed spinach from the produce section of our store, so it was super-quick to get this on the table. The only change I would make is to perhaps stir-fry the spinach, or remove the excess water from boiling by putting it in a tea towel and pressing on it. I found that by squeezing the spinach, it lost a lot of visual appeal as the spinach was all clumped together, but the taste is a 5-star for sure.
I love the boiled for one minute method of preparing spinach and will use this from now on. I used 3 tbsp. tahini instead of toasting and grinding the seeds, as the recipe recommended. I also didn't salt the spinach water, and I used low sodium soy sauce. Delish!!!