Ways to Enjoy Ginger Soy Infusion Dressing

Ways to Enjoy Ginger Soy Infusion Dressing

Picture by Wozz! Kitchen Creations

What is Ginger Soy Infusion?

Wozz’s Ginger Soy Infusion dressing is a fusion of fresh hand chopped garlic and ginger marinated in Japanese dashi and sweetened soy.  This scrumptious dressing is a Specialty Food Association 2014 sofi™ Gold Winner for an outstanding salad dressing!

Ways to Enjoy

You can use Wozz! Kitchen Creations' Ginger Soy Infusion as a dressing, marinade, dipping sauce.

Marinade: Tuna, salmon (see below), fish, chicken, shrimp, and beef.

Dress: Salads - Our favorite is a salad with cooked salmon.

Dip: Use as a dipping sauce for sushi, sashimi, dumplings, pot stickers, and fried seafood.

Season: Asain styled soups, broths, and sauces.

Sauce: Use as-is for a steamed and grilled fish or vegetables.

Looking for a simple recipe? 

Dress this combination...

Chicken and Cucumber Salad with Ginger Soy Infusion Dressing

Spoon Wozz! Kitchen Creations' Ginger Soy Infusion over a salad of Grilled Chicken, Cucumber, Fresh Mint (torn), Red Onion, and a Chili Pepper (julienne). If you are not a spice fan, use a Red or Green Pepper instead of a Chili Pepper.

Want to kick it up a notch? Try this chicken marinade...

Chinese Chicken Marinade

Marinade covers about 6 to 8 chicken pieces - breast, thighs, wings or legs what ever you like or have.


  • 3 to 4 tablespoons of,Ginger Soy Infusion
  • 1/2 to 1 Tbs Hoisin Sauce
  • 1/2 to 1 tsp Cumin
  • 1/4 to 1/2 tsp Chinese Five Spice
  • 1/4 to 1/2 tsp Garam Masala
  • 1/8 to 1/4 tsp Cardamon
  • Hand full of Fresh Cilantro, torn
  • Optional: Feel free to add a dash of Lemon Grass. You can also add a tablespoon of Peanut Butter (especially, if you're into a nutty satay flavor). 


  1. Combine and mix all ingredients. If using peanut butter may heat for 30 seconds on high in microwave to soften so will mix in better.
  2. Put in flat marinade or baking dish. 
  3. Place in chicken pieces.
  4. Cover and place in fridge to marinade. Let chicken sit in the marinade for at least an hour. Turn pieces over at least once during marinading time.
  5. Cook using your favorite method - bake, grill or microwave. If baking or grilling, baste chicken with marinade while cooking. If microwaving, leave in marinade. 

NOTE: All above spices amounts are suggestions use more or less to suit your taste. For Diane's family, she uses a little bit more of each spice stated in recipe.

Recipe by Diane Nix - Long Valley, NJ

Do you have a fun way to use North African Chermoula? Let us know :-)

General tips, along with the Simple Recipes have been tested and created by Wozz and Ashley from Wozz! Kitchen Creations or Diane Nix from Long Valley, NJ. Jessica Spanier Wismer has taken their expertise and expanded for this blog post.

Ways to Enjoy Thai Hot Pepper Spread

Ways to Enjoy Thai Hot Pepper Spread

Rosemary, Onion Ale Chicken and Potatoes

Rosemary, Onion Ale Chicken and Potatoes