miso paste

Experience the unique flavour of miso paste, a traditional Japanese condiment crafted from fermented soybeans, salt, and sometimes grains like rice or barley. Its salty, savoury, and slightly tangy notes are sure to intrigue your taste buds.

I’d like you to please discover the versatility of miso paste in your kitchen. From traditional miso soup to innovative miso butter, this condiment can elevate the flavour of a wide range of dishes.
Miso soup: Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup that typically includes miso paste, dashi (broth), tofu, seaweed, and often vegetables like green onions or mushrooms.

Marinades and glazes: Miso paste can be used as a base for marinades, meats, seafood, and vegetables. Its umami-rich flavour can add depth to your dishes.

Salad dressings: Miso paste can be mixed with vinegar, oil, and honey to create flavorful salad dressings.

Miso butter: Mixing miso paste with butter creates a delicious flavour enhancer that can be used to spread on bread, melt over roasted vegetables or grilled meats, or stir into pasta dishes.

Stir-fries and sautés: Add miso paste to stir-fries or sautés for an extra layer of flavour. It works well with tofu, chicken, shrimp, and vegetables.

Using miso paste is a breeze. Remember, its flavour can vary depending on the type and brand, so start with a small amount and adjust to your liking. And don’t worry about its freshness-simply store it in the refrigerator after opening.