Add endless colour and flavour to your kitchen with The Bare Bird’s miso-honey chicken — what’s not to love?!
This miso broccoli and salmon salad is the perfect weekday lunch — it’s simple yet fresh, packed with flavour and loaded with nutrients.
These poached eggs are an extremely delicate way to use miso. It certainly doesn’t punch you in the face with flavour — it’s more of a background flavour, but we love them.
I love pork in a dumpling or gyoza; the fat content of really good-quality pork makes for a deliciously moist dumpling and keeps them from drying out. Makes: 12–14 =R1=
Miso is made in a few different varieties. White miso is a lighter version and is sometimes referred to as light miso, and is often sweeter and has a shorter fermentation time.
The umami flavour we all love in Japanese cooking comes through so beautifully in this salted miso caramel slice, paired with chocolate and date for an extra-special showstopper.
In this Japanese miso eggplant dish, the miso’s strong deep flavour coats the eggplant slices to create a magically flavoured dish.
Looking for a quick and healthy meal option? Try this delicious miso noodle soup, topped with a poached egg for added protein, flavour and a tasty vegetarian alternative.
Miso is a highly nutritious food that contains numerous health-promoting benefits. Beneficial bacteria found in miso help promote the proliferation of ‘friendly’ bacteria in the bowel, which plays a big role in our immune health. Enjoy making this delicious recipe at home and reap the benefits yourself.
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