The Amazing, Delicious Miso Sauce
- 2 Tbsn white miso
- 2 Tbsn water
- 2 Tsp mirin
- 1 Tbsn olive oil
So easy, right? The only trick is to whisk the miso, water and mirin together before adding the oil. Oil and miso don’t mix, and to make the emulsion that is the sauce, it is much easier to mix the oil in last.
For a more liquid and less strong sauce you can add more water.
Here are the particular ingredients we use. Look closely at your mirin before you buy it. We have only found two brands of mirin that do not contain added corn syrup or sugar. Traditional mirin is sweetened only by the fermentation process of rice with Koji. The easiest brand to find is Eden brand. I have yet to find a Japanese brand available in the U.S. that does not have added sugar.
Here are a few of the ways we use this delicious sauce!
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