This recipe has been kindly passed on to me from a friend of Ritta, a Finnish lady who lives in Pori. She called it Sinikka, to honour the name of her friend who firstly thought her this. So, I found it natural to honour Ritta’s name now.
The list of ingredients is quite long, though you will be rewarded with a zesty, garlicky, aromatic taste for all your salads, fishes, and oven roasted cut of meat. Enjoy.
Ingredients (for 1 bottle of dressing):
1 egg yolk
2,5 dl seed/unflavoured oil (sunflower, rapeseed, and so on. NOT olive oil)
1 dl red wine vinegar
1.4 dl white vinegar
¼ dl BBQ sauce (HP or other)
1 ½ sp. soy sauce
1 tsp. crushed garlic
1 ½ sp. garlic powder
1 sp. white pepper
½ tsp. of iodized salt
1 dl sugar
1 sp. mustard
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk them all together. The sauce will have a runny consistency and a slightly orange/brownish colour. Bottle it and store it in the fridge. Use it wisely on top of your portion, being the taste of it quite strong.
In case you want to keep it for longer than a couple of days, consider removing the egg yolk and reducing the amount of white vinegar to just a splash.
Thanks Geoff Peters for the pic 🙂