Miso is a thick soybean paste with a salty, slightly sweet flavor. Look for it in the refrigerated part of the produce section or with the dairy products, or substitute soy sauce.
Parsnip Ribbons with Miso Vinaigrette
Miso is a thick fermented soybean paste. It adds loads of savory depth to soups, stir-fries, dressings, and more. Most people first encounter this unique ingredient in Japanese restaurants where miso soup is a popular starter dish for sushi dinners.
If you're looking for creative ways to use up a little or a lot of this Japanese ingredient, we've got a collection that's sure to inspire.
First up, this ribbon vegetable salad that's a little sweet, a little salty, a bit of toasty, and a touch of tang—the makings of a grade-A salad.