Copycat McDonalds Oriental Salad Dressing

Summer time is upon us.  Bring on the fresh veggies and delicious salads!  Here is a recipe for McDonald’s Oriental Salad Dressing.

7 ounce Babyfood strained apricots
3 tablespoon Heinz 57 sauce
3 tablespoon Bottled Italian dressing
3 tablespoon Honey
3 tablespoon Sugar
3 tablespoon Soy sauce
½ cup Bottled apple butter
½ cup Catalina dressing
½ cup Ketchup

Mix all ingredients well with a wire whisk.
Refrigerate, tightly covered.
Keeps for 4 to 6 weeks.
Do not freeze

7 thoughts on “Copycat McDonalds Oriental Salad Dressing

  1. Flojoe says:

    Can someone provide a recipe for Jack In The Boxes Asian Sesame Dressing for their Asian Chicken Salad — thanks!

  2. Rosemary says:

    I have the dressing but wonder what they glaze the chicken with before putting on the Asian Chicken Salad – which they have just discontinued!

  3. Jeanee Stuart says:

    Ms. Rosemary where can I find the recipe for the Asian Chicken Salad dressing I am crazy for it and thought I would die when I found out is was being discontinued. Is there a forum i mist join? Please Help!

  4. Judy Johnson says:

    I agree with ahem – all I ever got with the McDonald’s Asian salad was a packet of Newman’s Own. They had to refund my $ once when they gave me the salad but had run out of the dressing! I’ve been looking for it from the first experience, but couldn’t find it in the Lubbock, TX market. I figured they has exclusivity or something.

    Today is the first time I’ve actually found it in the major store(s) I shop. I found you folks while searching for the salad ingredients.

  5. Nina says:

    I worked for McDonald’s for years, you can buy the exact dressing they used to put on the oriental salad, it’s not a McDonald’s trade secret sauce like BigMac Sauce (which is simply thousand Island and mayo) At any grocery store you’ll find Paul Newman’s Asian Seseame Dressing, that’s what McDonald’s uses. And like said above, they squirt a little bit of an citrus/soy sauce reduction mixed with grilled seasoning on the chicken. Think of the sauce used in An Orange Chicken Dish at a Chinease Restaurant. Hope that helps!

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