Fermented rice and soybean paste.
Miso tastes salty, tangy, and savory on its own. Lighter varieties tend to have more sweetness. It is typically smooth, similar to a less oily nut butter, but some varieties can be chunky. While you can taste miso on its own, it's not meant to be eaten that way.
- Salad dressings. Miso adds a lovely savoury complexity to a vinaigrette.
- Miso Onions. A super tasty way to take your burgers to the next level.
- Main course soup.
- In Marinades.
- Seasoning alternative to salt or soy sauce.
- Sauce to serve with pan fried meat or fish.
- Stir frys.
Product of Taiwan