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1/2 cup (serving size: 2 teaspoons)

Miso is Japanese fermented soybean paste used to flavor many dishes, in addition to the familiar soup at sushi restaurants. There are dozens of varieties. Look for yellow miso, a mild, somewhat earthy, and almost sweet version that is often available in the produce section of large supermarkets. Try this thick rub on salmon fillets, dark-meat chicken, pork, tofu steaks, or eggplant slices. When grilling salmon, cook it skin side down the entire time without turning.

How to Make It

Combine all ingredients, stirring well with a whisk.

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Ratings & Reviews

trophymomha's Review

October 05, 2010
This was very good. A change from the usual marinade. I love the flavor of miso, however, I could not find yellow miso in my supermarket so I made it with the regular kind. Easy quick way to add flavor to grilled meat.