miso

  • Yakisoba

    Yakisoba With Sesame Miso Sauce

    ‘Yakisoba’ is Japanese style stir-fried noodles seasoned with ‘Yakisoba Sauce’ which tastes like Worcestershire Sauce. ‘Yakisoba Sauce’ is hard to find for many people. Try this ‘Sesame & Miso Sauce’ that is quite popular in Okayama, Japan, where I am from. If you have no access to the Asian stir-fry noodles, read ‘Bi-Carb Soda Transforms …

  • Chicken Hot Pot & Hot Plate

    Chicken Miso Nabe

    This ‘Nabe’ dish appeared on my family’s dinner table quite often when I was a little girl, though Chicken Fillets were not in the pot. Instead, my mother used Chicken Guts, Livers, Giblets and other mysterious parts of chicken. They were not appealing to me and I was picking up only Cabbage and Nira (Garlic …

  • Vegetables

    Brussels Sprouts With Sweet Miso Sauce

    Brussels Sprouts are delicious in so many different flavours. Soy Sauce and Miso flavours are also really nice. This is a typical ‘Sunomono’, that means ‘vinegared dish’ in Japanese, seasoned with sweet miso sauce. The sweet miso sauce is called ‘Sumiso’ in Japanese and it is made of White Miso, Sugar and Rice Vinegar. The …

  • Fish

    Mackerel Simmered In Sweet Miso Sauce

    Mackerel is my absolute favourite fish and love it cooked in any ways. The best method of cooking is grill after season with salt. ‘Tatsuta-age’ is also a very nice. And the Number 3 is this ‘Miso-ni’, simmer in sweet miso sauce. You got to serve this dish with freshly cooked rice. Makes 4 Servings …

  • Chicken Vegetables

    ‘Gomamiso-ae’ Brussels Sprouts & Chicken

    How do you cook Brussels Sprouts? Roasting is probably the most popular method, I guess. Pan-frying is also good. I like pan-fried spicy Sprouts. I would cook with Bacon or Pancetta. Today, I am sharing a Japanese recipe, that is ‘Gomamiso-ae’. ‘Gomamiso-ae’ Sauce is similar to ‘Goma-ae’ Sauce. As you can see, it has ‘Miso’ …

  • Chicken Pork Potato

    Jacket Potato With Spicy Miso Pork

    I love Jacket Potato but I am a little bit sick of the same toppings. What is your favourite topping? Sour Cream & Bacon, Ham & Cheese, Bolognese Sauce, Tuna Salad, Chilli Con Carne, or Curry? Here is a new topping suggestion. ‘Spicy Miso Pork’ for your Jacket Potato. I bet you have never tried …

  • Potato

    Sweet Miso Baby Potatoes

    Baby Potatoes are often sold in microwavable plastic bags, already washed and ready to be cooked. We can eat the skin as well, so those small juicy potatoes are perfect for busy people. They go so well with any seasoning, but have you tried them with this sweet miso sauce? Makes 2 to 4 Servings …

  • Vegetables

    Spicy ‘Shiso’ Perilla Miso

    Last year, I decided to grow ‘Shiso’ Perilla by myself and bought seeds online. Half-purple type perilla grew so well and Japanese ‘Green Shiso’ is also growing at last. Now I have too many ‘Shiso’ leaves. ‘Shiso Tsukudani’ is a good way to use up many leaves and this is another one, and it is …

  • Nuts Tofu

    Miso Peanuts & Tofu

    ‘Otsumami’ is something to nibble often with drink which is most likely alcoholic drink. This is a perfect ‘Otsumami’. Crunchy Peanuts and fried Tofu are dressed with sweet miso sauce. Easy, quick and yummy! If you have a toaster oven, you can toast the Tofu pieces, and it is even easier. Makes 2 to 4 …

  • Tofu

    Grilled Tofu with Miso Pesto

    On the other day when we entertained our friends, I offered Tofu with Miso Pesto as an appetiser and it was a big hit. This dish is absolutely easy to prepare. Here are two Miso Pesto recipes. Ingredients are commonly available from most supermarkets. You got to try this! Makes 4 to 8 Servings Ingredients …

  • Dipping Sauces Nuts

    Basil & Pine Nuts Miso Pesto

    If you can’t have any ingredients, use alternatives! That’s how I have been inventing new food. When I tried to make ‘Shiso’ flavoured miso paste and couldn’t find it, I used fresh Basil leaves. Thinking of ‘Pesto Genovese’, I used Pine Nuts instead of Walnuts. OMG!!! Miso, Basil and Pine Nuts created a new flavour. …

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