Gomae Japanese Spinach Salad Salu Salo Recipes. Gomae or Gomaae is one of those dishes that my family likes to order when eating at Japanese restaurants. Gomae is a Japanese style spinach salad that is dressed with a sesame dressing. There is this one all you can eat restaurant we used to go to a lot and we would order and consume many servings of this dish. The dish is good enough for us to order multiple times and healthy enough for us to consume guilt free So, I decided that I would attempt to re create this great dish. Surprisingly, this dish is quite easy to make. After boiling the spinach and cutting it into portions, the spinach is added to a delicious dressing made from crushed toasted sesame seeds, mirin, sake and sugar. I was surprised at how similar the taste was to the one we would order at Japanese restaurant. I was quite pleased and there were no left overs as it was consumed almost immediately. What I like about this dish is that its so healthy, vegetarian and easy to make. Its also very tasty and different from the typical salads we eat. I will definitely be making this over and over again Gomae Japanese Spinach Salad1bag of ready to eat spinach approx. Recipes Appetizers. How To Cook Tilapia Fillets. Agedashi Tofu Deep Fried Tofu with Dashi Sauce Avocado Wontons with Apricot Soy Dipping Sauce Baked Brie with Honey Bruschetta with Tomatoes. Balsamic chicken with green beans is one of our favorite quick and easy recipes. The most important trick to this recipe is to ensure you are using the highest. Blanched spinach dressed in a savory nutty sesame sauce, this Japanese Spinach Salad with Sesame Dressing Spinach Gomaae is a healthy veggie side dish that goes. For this recipe, you will need a medium heavybottomed saucepan, a finemesh tea strainer, and a wooden spoon. Mortar and Pestle or food processor. Heat a skillet to low heat. Gomae or Gomaae is a Japanese style spinach salad that is dressed with a sesame dressing. Its a healthy vegetarian recipe that is easy to make and eat. Toast the sesame seeds by placing them into the skillet. When a few of the sesame seeds begin to pop, remove from the heat. Grind the sesame seeds using a mortar and pestle. If you dont have access to a motor and pestle, you can grind them in a food processor. In a small bowl, combine the sesame seeds, soy sauce, sugar, sake and mirin. Mix well. Bring a large pot of water to a boil add a pinch of salt. Add spinach to boiling water and cook for one minute. Drain and soak with cold water until cooled. Drain the spinach and make sure to remove as much water as possible. Collect the spinach and cut into 4 pieces see picture above. Toss the spinach in the sesame dressing.