Cheryl Ann REVIEW: Very good! Add vinegar slowly, a tablespoon at a time. Use white if you don't have rice vinegar, but rice is way better. I also had to add water until it was thin enough. Loved it!
Jun 12, 2014
close but no cigar REVIEW: close but no cigar I would recommend less vinegar and yes I was using rice vinegar maybe try 2 tblspoons instead.
Oct 21, 2013
sweatpeas Member since: April 16, 2008 REVIEW: For those that say this tastes like too much vinegar are you using rice vinegar? I thought this was perfect. I dip french fries in it.
Jun 20, 2013
AkaManto REVIEW: I just made this for my family and it is brilliant! I also recommend the sauce on a salad or vegetables. I found that two tablespoons of vinegar were enough for my taste and a little less sugar. It's amazing, though. I will recommend this recipe to anyone who will listen.
Mar 19, 2013
Rocky topper COMMENT: Me and my husband both thought this dressing tasted like pure vinegar. Recipe calls for too much vinegar. Will not make again.
Jan 21, 2013
Des COMMENT: Far too much vinegar. I added a lil ketchup to get rid of the sour. Next time I will only use 1.5 tbs of vinegar.
Jan 3, 2013
Ging COMMENT: It mainly tasted like vinegar. If I try to make this again, I will leave out the vinegar or maybe try using just 1 TBSP.
Apr 24, 2008
Marquie REVIEW: If you have ever been to a Hibachi restaurant and have had their "Japanese Ketchup" or "seafood sauce", you know when I say, OMG!!!!!!!!!!! This version is the greatest and tastes better than what you get at any restaurant. I have 5 year old twin girls and they put it on everything. Thanks!!
Feb 21, 2003
REVIEW: This sauce was excellent. It is very much like the sauce used at Da Ru Ma in Naples/Sarasota, Florida. I felt the need to reduce the sugar a bit. I only use 2 tablespoons. This also keeps well in the fridge for a few days. For anyone that is interested, email for the salad dressing. I have a great recipe for that! istockL@aol.com