These miso butter cookies have a rich, savory, buttery flavor - the miso really adds an richness to the cookie.
Perfect throw-together recipe for miso kabocha.
Mango flavored mochi filled with fresh mango!
Miso ground pork is delicious served over rice or for a low-carb option, serve in lettuce wraps!
A simple recipe for a last-minute bbq!
Molokai Baked Sweet Potato Fries - made with locally grown sweet potatoes from Molokai. You can use Okinawan purple sweet potatoes as well.
A take on our favorite Misoyaki style preparation, but using chicken. Also great cooked over an open charcoal fire !
Teriyaki meatloaf - made local style - infused with a savory teriyaki sauce and finished with a teriyaki glaze.
Miso meatballs - this is similar to hamburger steak, but in the form of a meatball with a miso-brown gravy.
Mini shrimp tempura musubi with tartar sauce are perfect for holiday pupus.
When I first started to make mabo tofu at home, I used a packaged mapo dofu mix. House brand makes a pretty good one. I used that one for years, but when I tried the recipe from Just One Cookbook, Nami's was so much tastier!
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If you love the texture of mochi, you will love these mochi cheese bread rolls. Be sure to use fresh parmesan that comes in a block and grate it yourself. It is worth the extra effort as the cheese gets soft and gooey unlike the dried parmesan that comes in a bottle. These also happen to be gluten free*
I had 3 really nice pork shoulder steaks and felt like grilling so I decided to marinade in a sake miso mixture. It came out really juicy, tender and the miso/sake combination is always a winner!
You can make this ono dish with the simple ingredients you always have in your pantry and fridge.
I love Marx Foods Challenge. Why? It’s because I can guaranteed the results are always scrumptious, fun, and exotic. Don’t we all love a little excitements in life? The theme of the Marx Food Challenge this month was “East Meets Delicious”. What is it all about? Marx Foods sent me (and a few other bloggers) some samples of:
Looking to try something different with mochi? This is the perfect solution.... mochi dumplings with a mung bean-coconut-macadamia nut filling swimming in a sweet ginger sauce and topped with a haupia reduction cream.
This is a definite crowd pleaser!! Be sure to make a lot as you are sure to run out!!
This is an old classic Japanese recipe for Miso Sriracha Glazed Salmon bumped up with a little heat....if you like your food with a little kick, try this simple recipe.