Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing (three recipes)

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These three Asian salad dressing recipes are too good to pass up. Each one takes just two minutes to make, and they last for weeks in the fridge. And they’re not just for salad; they make great sauces for noodle bowls, roasted and steamed veggies, and even dipping sauces.

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

Despite the fact that I prefer to cook and serve fresh meals every day, whenever I can, the opposite applies when it comes to making salad dressings or sauces. Pulling out all the bottles and spices, then returning them is just too much of a hassle when I’m trying to whip up dinner in 15 minutes.

For a long time, I just used olive oil and vinegar to season my salad. Then things got a bit out of hand. My husband and I were bored with the same dressing, so we started to pour bottled mayonnaise and ranch dressing onto our daily meals. Not very helpful when we’re trying to stay healthy and lose the extra few pounds from our last trip.

Lately we’ve been exploring all the cool dishes we can make with our new Vitamix (Ascent Series blender). One of the first things I did was start to make salad dressing in bigger batches on the weekend and serve it over the next couple weeks. Making three salad dressings was such a breeze when I could clean up my Vitamix using its self-cleaning function.

Today I want to share three of our favorite Asian salad dressing recipes with you—vegan sriracha mayo, Chinese sesame, and Japanese miso.

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

How to use Asian salad dressing

These dressings are so versatile that they go great with both Asian and Western food. Let’s look at what you can do with them:

  1. Easy salad in no time.

Simply purchase a box of mixed greens and mix it with any of the sauces. To make the salad more interesting, use sliced tomatoes, onions, canned artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, and/or cheese.

  1. One-bowl dinner made easy.

When the weather gets cold, we use the the dressing on roasted veggies and noodle bowls. Here are some examples of the dishes I made with these dressings:

  • Vegan sriracha mayo: Charred cauliflower with spinach, pistachios, dates, mint, and chickpeas, garnished with pomegranate seeds.
  • Chinese sesame dressing: Soba noodles with crispy tofu, baby bok choy, and mushrooms, garnished with green onion.
  • Japanese miso dressing: Steamed squash, kale, white beans, pumpkin seeds, and ricotta, garnished with sage.

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

  1. Awesome things to bring to a potluck.

Because they work great as dipping sauces, you can also pair these dressings with chips, crackers, and veggie sticks.

  1. A homemade gift for holidays and special occasions.

These dressings are perfect edible gifts because they are easy to transport and stay good for quite a long time. You can use either mason jars or glass bottles to give them an artisanal feel.

Give any of these sauces a try and you’ll be surprised how easy it is to make great salad dressing that tastes way better than bottled sauce!

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

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Here comes the exciting news – to celebrate the upcoming holidays, I’m partnering with Vitamix to give away a Vitamix A3500 (Ascent Series) to one lucky winner. Enter for a chance to win so you can start making delicious salad dressing in your own kitchen!

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Congratulations Karen D for winning the giveaway!

Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

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Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing (three recipes)

4.84 from 12 votes
Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}
Author: Maggie
Course: Sauce
Cuisine: Asian
Keyword: sauce
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

Sriracha Mayo (Yields 2 1/2 cups dressing)

  • 1 1/2 cup grapeseed oil (or vegetable oil)
  • 24 whole chickpeas
  • 1/3 cup of liquid from 1 can of chickpeas
  • 1/3 cup sriracha sauce
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon agave syrup (or sugar)
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Chinese Sesame Dressing (Yields 2 1/2 cups dressing)

  • 2/3 cup Chinkiang vinegar (*Footnote 1)
  • 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons soy sauce (or tamari for gluten-free)
  • 1/2 heaping cup unsalted natural peanut butter (*Footnote 2)
  • 1/3 cup agave syrup (or sugar)
  • 1/4 cup toasted sesame oil
  • 2 teaspoons ginger powder
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder

Japanese Miso Dressing (Yields 1 1/2 cups dressing)

  • 1/2 cup white miso paste
  • 1/3 cup rice wine vinegar
  • 1/4 cup water (*Footnote 3)
  • 1/4 cup grapeseed oil (or vegetable oil)
  • 3 tablespoons agave syrup (or sugar)
  • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon oil (toasted)

Instructions

  • For each dressing, add all the ingredients into a blender (I used my
    Vitamix). Start at low speed and gradually increase to high, until everything is incorporated into a consistent texture. The total blending time for each dressing should be about 20 seconds.
  • Store the dressings in airtight containers in the fridge for 2 to 3 weeks. I suspect they could stay good longer but you probably won't get a chance to test it out because you'll finish all three bottles in no time.

Notes

  1. Use rice vinegar if you need to create a gluten-free dressing. The flavor profile of the dressing will change and become less pungent, but it will remain tasty.
  2. The consistency of peanut butters varies a lot. If you find your dressing too thin, add 1 to 2 tablespoons more peanut butter.
  3. If you plan to store the dressing for a long time, boil some water and then let it cool down before adding to the dressing. This process will sanitize the water so it stays good for longer.
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Three Must-Have Asian Salad Dressing Recipes - Each takes just two minutes to make, and these sauces last for weeks in the fridge. It is the best item to have on hand for whipping up a quick and healthy dinner in no time. {Vegan, Gluten Free adaptable}

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  1. Lexadigm says:

    5 stars
    Well, I killed my aunt’s blender a week ago trying to make potato-leek soup, and I probably wore it down quite a bit before that making squash soups… so I obviously need a Vitamix so I can make more soups! ? @lexadigm

  2. Lexadigm says:

    @lexadigm @lilmommarupprecht

  3. Tyler Johnson says:

    I love the Sriracha mayo recipe – so much more than just mayo and Sriracha! ?

  4. Lexadigm says:

    @lexadigm @awayshallfade

  5. Tyler Johnson says:

    @coastaltj if I had a Vitamix I’d blend my fermented chillis into a very thin hot sauce! Then make a ton of variations by adding more ingredients into the blender.

  6. Varsha Agarwal says:

    I’d make malai kofta if I had a Vitamix. It’s an Indian curry made of cashews, tomatoes and onions with cheese and potato dumplings. Absolutely delicious!! @varsha.agrawal

  7. Sean says:

    4 stars
    @letusfeedyounashville

    Basil pesto
    Arugula pesto
    Kale pesto
    All of the pesto!

  8. Yessenia miranda says:

    I would make smoothies. I’m tired of drinking chunky smoothies.
    @miranday729

  9. Daniela says:

    I would definitely make my favorite Chipotle sweet potato soup Or grapefruit salad dressing for a Citrus kale salad @thespicedkitchen

  10. Dana Coughlin says:

    I have always wanted a Vitamix! I would make more soups and dressings . @daniekc

  11. Dana Coughlin says:

    @daniekc @ikelcee

  12. Dana Coughlin says:

    @daniekc @trailbumm

  13. Kristi says:

    Beautiful mouthwatering pictures as always! If given a vitamix, first thing I’d make is a ton of smooth anko! Because red bean paste – they’re life! @mochicheek1

  14. Tara Pittman says:

    I would make french onion soup

  15. Jane nicholson says:

    I would make these exact three recipes with the vitamix!

  16. Apostolia says:

    5 stars
    I would make more often and bigger amounts of homemade almond/cashews/peanut butter.also arugula pesto, soups and smoothies. @apostoliapapoua

  17. Lorelei says:

    A Vitamix is good for everything! Smoothies, soups, and sauces are my fav!

  18. Sariah Sebastian says:

    I would make fillings for custard pies with a Vitamix 🙂 I’m making a orange/honey one this weekend and this blender would be perfect for something like that! @sariahseb

  19. Darcie says:

    If I had a vitamix, I would make my yummy TX style salsa and some green tomatillo salsa! Handle is @gourmet.creative
    Thanks for doing this Maggie!

  20. Darcie says:

    @gourmetcreative @azhiataylor

  21. Darcie says:

    @gourmet.creative @quiltmom28

  22. Darcie says:

    @gourmet.creative
    @quiltmom28

  23. Darcie says:

    Your comment management program doesn’t like me sending multiple comments with my Instagram handle with a friend’s. It says “duplicate comment detected”. May be a problem for others too?

    @gourmet.creative
    @quiltmom28

  24. Sarah says:

    I’m the @spreadsheetqueen on Insta, and the shorter question would be what wouldn’t I put in a Vitamix!
    From bomb soups, to mayo and salad dressings like your post, and blending up fruit for ice creams and sorbets. I have always thought it would be fun to have a REAL blender. ?

  25. Kathleen Nevarez says:

    I would make the recipes you posted and make some smoothies.
    @marinebrat1775
    @GibbsHenley
    @marinewife2181

  26. Bonnie Redfield says:

    I have severe food allergies that often lead to me having to make a separate meals for myself from those I make for my husband and two year old. I would love a Vitamix to make soups and smoothies to freeze so that my own meal preparation would be less time consuming. I would also use it to make food for my daughter and hide veggies in it that she won’t recognize so that she is always eating something healthy. @bonnieredfield

  27. Bonnie Redfield says:

    @brittany_hensley
    @bonnieredfield

  28. Lauren Eanes says:

    I would make smoothies, dressings, curry, and use it for baking! So many options!!! @smalltownfoodnfun

  29. Lauren Eanes says:

    @smalltownfoodnfun @laurenanne8

  30. Lauren Eanes says:

    @smalltownfoodnfun @eanesbenjamin

  31. Lauren Eanes says:

    @smalltownfoodnfun @wellness_with_stephanie

  32. Lauren Eanes says:

    @smalltownfoodnfun @shahalley

  33. Karen says:

    I would make green smoothies and hummus. My 10 year old Oster blender leaves large chunks of fruit in my smoothie 🙁

    @leahgurl1

  34. Karen says:

    @mskarend21 @leahgurl1

  35. Julia Benitez says:

    I would make a fruit smoothie for me and my husband every morning, plus peanut butter, pesto, salsa, and spinach soup intermittently! @juliebgoode @jmpedron

  36. Ocean Soul Fitness says:

    If I had a Vitamin I would buy some blue Majik and make a mermaid nice cream bowl ❄️??⚡️ @ocean.soul.fitness

  37. Hope says:

    5 stars
    Love Seame dressing! Definitely will try to make your Seame dressing , gochujang paste, lemongrass sauce, chamoy sauce for my fruit drinks, more thai fish cakes, soy milk, and so much more too.?

    • Hope says:

      Forgot my IG @hellocreativehope
      .
      Definitely will try to make your Seame dressing , gochujang paste, lemongrass sauce, chamoy sauce for my fruit drinks, more thai fish cakes, soy milk, and so much more too.

  38. Oiying Malcolm says:

    I would make different sauces such as peanut sauce. It’s my favorite. I would also make soups, marinates and smoothies. Love your website as well. IG @anerdyowl23

  39. Alivninjas says:

    What I’d make if I had a vitamix…first thing I’d make is your 3 dressing because I’m always in the market for a really good dressing. Then something wonderful for my kids

  40. Morgan says:

    I’d be making a whole lot of sorbets! @strudel.streusel

  41. Sarah K says:

    If I had a Vitamix, I would make all the things! Salsa, these salad dressings, smoothies, soups, etc. it is on my wishlist.

  42. Sarah K says:

    Oops. Forgot my instagram handle @yuxin17- I would make salsa and soup and salad dressing and smoothies and all kinds of wonderful things!

  43. Sarah K says:

    @yuxin17 @emmylou_26

  44. Sarah K says:

    @yuxin17 @txjunebug14

  45. Sarah K says:

    @yuxin17 @loafmama

  46. Sara agar says:

    I would like to make ice cream! I heard that was possible with a vitamin! And I love dessert!! @rararobot

  47. Sara agar says:

    @rararobot @ocean.soul.fitness

  48. Cheyanne says:

    I’d definitely make this dressing! And all the soups since ’tis the season! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!
    @nospoonnecessary

  49. Ellen Casper says:

    I would make smoothies in it .

  50. Ellen Casper says:

    Flagler22 and momdoesitall33

  51. Michele Tan says:

    @michelettttt if I had a Vitamix I’d be making sambal belacan (Malaysian condiment) so that I can serve up Nasi Lemak as I wish!

  52. Michele Tan says:

    @glowintheday @michelettttt

  53. Alexandra Robertson says:

    If I had a Vitamix I would make almond butter and smoothies galore! Instagram is @alexandrarobertson7

  54. Alexandra Robertson says:

    @alexandrarobertson7 and @joelrob7

  55. Joanna Reiter says:

    Smoothies coz my son loves them and hummus for my husband @joannareiter_

  56. Alexandra Robertson says:

    @alexandrarobertson7 and @melsuesamson

  57. Christine Morgan says:

    5 stars
    I just love everything you sent me, recipes are fabulous. Pictures are fantastic, it would be great doing this for 2018.

  58. Traci says:

    I’d make smoothies and bowls and soups and sauces !

    • Traci says:

      Instagram handle is tracidaley

  59. Lynne Smiley says:

    I would love to make a curry soup

  60. Mo says:

    5 stars
    Thank you, Maggie! Excellent recipes, as always. Your website is much appreciated.

  61. Stephanie Smoot says:

    5 stars
    My family size went from 2 to six in a month! Your recipes are light and easy to make. A Vitamix would definetly help me venture out and try even more of for recipes for my now family size of six (relief face) and cut my cooking time down. Plus, my sis in law is from a different country. She loves to cook with me in the kitchen so trying new recipes will make our bound even stronger….not to mention the men we now have to feed!

  62. Lynne B says:

    I would use it to make our daily smoothies. This Vitamix would make quick work of the frozen juice and vegetable cubes that we make!

  63. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @mishabgs

  64. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @amypi50

  65. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @gypsy_soul3.3

  66. Lynne B says:

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  67. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @reneagreathouse

  68. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @sandratorres_19

  69. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @allisonhbates

  70. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @sweetsouthernsavings

  71. Wes says:

    I need a Vitamix blender because I’ve burned out three lesser blenders making frozen drinks and chicken liver paté; a Vitamix would let me make the paté as buttery smooth as I imagine it should be.

  72. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @roxanne_boren

  73. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @scottsgirl73

  74. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @jzamarron07

  75. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @geekgirlfinds

  76. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @lolaohlala

  77. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @toesha_c

  78. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @bethanyspretties

  79. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @cassies_reviews

  80. Lynne B says:

    @1alwaysnyc, @vanessa.richard1116

  81. Sonal Gupta says:

    I loved the recipes Maggi and the whole post!
    I would love to win this Vitamix since I have been meaning to buy one since few months. I wish to use Vitamix for juices and grinding the pulses and beans batter for crepes and pancakes!
    My Insta Handle – @simplyvegetarian777

  82. Yi Tyan Tsai says:

    My college roommate had a Vitamix and there were so many wonderful things she made with it. I would certainly try for some heartier soups, like butternut squash or chilled pea. @veggie_field @pnappers

  83. Jennifer says:

    4 stars
    I would make my own sesame paste with the Vitamix. I love cooking Asian and Middle Eastern food and the Vitamix would help me take recipes that use ground sesame seeds to the next level.

  84. Kris ‘Tanglegirl’ Diede says:

    How exciting! I have always wanted a Vitamix. Would make dressings and sauces and purée the most delicious soups and sauces! I want to make Creamless mushroom soup right now!
    My handle on instagram is Tanglegirl
    Your dressing/sauce recipes today sound great! I love sriracha.

  85. Susan Broughton says:

    I would like to make smoothies with it! sbroughton61

  86. Rose Fujimura says:

    I would use a vitamix for pureeing soups and smoother smoothies !

  87. Rob Stuart says:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to try these dressings. Can one ever get too much salad, veg, dip, etc.?
    I have so many terrific blender stories (but I won’t bore you). I’ve burned out several blenders and sure could use a good one.

    Ms. Zhu, Keep up the great work! Thanks for everything and happy holidays to you all.
    Stuart

  88. Chef Gregg says:

    5 stars
    Great recipes & who knew that a Vitamix does so much including clearing necessary counter space…..bye bye blender nutri ninja meat grinder hand mixer & juicer to name a few.

  89. Cynthia says:

    Regarding Note 3 on Salad Dressing recipes, you mentioned boiling water before adding it to the salad dressing. As the recipes do not call for water, I am not sure what you are referring to. Please clarify. Love your blog and all of the recipes I have tried so far! Thank you for the great work you do.

  90. Michelle Trainor Masters says:

    I broke my blender a year ago. Have yet to replace I have been eyeballing the vitamin for awhile. I’m pretty sure I need it in my life.. ?

  91. Mimi Weilbacher says:

    Oh gosh this may sound silly but how do I tag a friend on Instagram when I follow Vitamix?? Lol. On another note, I would try making the goma or sesame seed dressing for salads since you can use it on almost anything. One of my kids can eat Goma dressing with hot rice alone.

  92. Beth says:

    If I had a Vitamix I’d make your dressings and my daughter would make more smoothies! (She’s an athlete and it’s hard to keep up with her nutrient needs!)
    I have actually been thinking for awhile that I wanted to make my own salad dressings. Another daughter is diabetic and it would be helpful to control what is in the recipe.

  93. Starla says:

    Yum! Those look and sound so delicious! I would definitely make Cauliflower Mushroom Soup topped with fresh parmesan. I would also love to make salsa in the blender! My instagram is : _ifancythat

  94. Anne says:

    This reminds me of the Ginger carrot dressing that I would buy from the stores even your recipes are even better! I would use the Vitamix to also blend some fruits for breakfast smoothies. Yumm
    @anne_cdote

  95. Kris Fuji says:

    If I had a Vitamix…I would love to try making poi which is a Hawaiian dish made from steamed taro.? Thank you! @nvrgvuplivlif

  96. Karen D says:

    I would make soups, and salad dressings

    @karengdelaney @larkalysee520

  97. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @ispygillian

  98. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @ubermuth20

  99. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @goodkat57

  100. Karen D says:

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  101. Karen D says:

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  102. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @sgfarrington

  103. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @campmirek

  104. Karen D says:

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  105. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @shanstod

  106. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @koratxo

  107. Karen D says:

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  108. Karen D says:

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  109. Karen D says:

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  110. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @griffsgreenhouses

  111. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @lelonieadamsnetscapenet

  112. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @gofortheicecream

  113. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @jenneysandra

  114. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @linda_mcgrane_mcdermott

  115. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @bbq_queen_ct

  116. Karen D says:

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  117. Karen D says:

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  118. Karen D says:

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  119. Karen D says:

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  120. Karen D says:

    @karengdelaney @krisgoodwin71

  121. Karen Lee says:

    My 8 years old Vitamix is dying. I can’t cook without it! I make kimchi annually, and it’s the only way I can grind gochugaru with peppers I grow in my garden! But I’d love to make these Asian salad dressings! Love the miso!

  122. Rust says:

    I follow @vitamix on instagram and tagged @drala625

  123. Rust says:

    I would love to use a shiny new Vitamix to make chocolate ice cream – and nut butters too!

  124. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @voci.curri –

  125. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @its_jyl

  126. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @neszabel.loves

  127. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @letters2olive

  128. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @nicoledstandley

  129. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @giftsfromadistance

  130. Chelsea Jones says:

    5 stars
    These look amazing!! I would try out all three of these if I won the vitamin. But with the holidays here, I would make a roasted red pepper soup!

    Instagram: @chelseajones.is

  131. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @womenspeacecollection

  132. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @baofoodanddrink

  133. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @kenneth_maher

  134. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @thetravellingmom

  135. Rust says:

    rusthawk1 – tagged @shanemcintyrefishing

  136. Mimi Weilbacher says:

    5 stars
    Sesame dressing!

  137. amanda whitley says:

    i would love a vitamix to make smoothies. @achadwick22

  138. Mimi Chau says:

    I would make pao de queijo (brazillian cheese bread) with my Vitamix!!!

    • Mimi Chau says:

      @minichau1 @micaiah_chau

    • Mimi Chau says:

      @minichau1 @micaiah_chau !!

  139. kaman says:

    I would love to make sweet black sesame soup with this blender! instagram: p0kaman

  140. kaman says:

    @p0kaman @missvincyc

  141. kaman says:

    @p0kaman @tduong000

  142. Karen D says:

    Super excited! Thanks so much! Emailed response.

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