Miso is a paste made by mixing cooked legumes, usually soybeans, with sea salt and a cultured grain called koji (usually rice or barley). The mixture is then aged in wooden vats for several days to several years.
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Do Everything Miso Salad Dressing
Vegan recipe using white miso, tofu, vinegar, and olive oil.
Globalgourmet.com: Grilled Vegetables with Miso Glaze
Recipe ingredients include eggplants, zucchini, onion, shitake mushrooms, and red miso.
Grilled Miso Chicken
Recipe using chicken thighs, light miso, soy sauce, sake, and mirin.
South River Miso Recipes
Recipes include soups and stews, pasta, grain, vegetable, and bean dishes, amazake, glazes, spreads, and snacks. Also available as a PDF file.
Splendid Table: Miso Vinaigrette
Recipe using rice wine vinegar, light miso, peanut and sesame oil, and soy sauce.
StarChefs: Miso Glazed Carrots
Recipe includes white miso, sesame oil, onion, ginger, orange zest, and carrots.
World's Healthiest Foods: Miso
Includes description and types of miso, health benefits, history, nutrition, and serving suggestions.
Last update:July 22, 2015 at 10:54:08 UTC