Enjoy our healthy versions of traditional Japanese recipes along with modern takes on the classics.
The Flavors of Japan
Noodle bowls and miso soup—what's not to love about Japanese cuisine? We've taken some of the region's most famous dishes and put a healthy spin on them. So indluge with a little guilt-free, Asian-fusion fare tonight.
In Japan, miso sometimes glazes fish, but here it’s used as a marinade and a glaze for chicken. Along with sour rice vinegar, salty soy sauce, sweet honey, and spicy chile paste, the umami taste of white miso completely transforms plain pan-roasted chicken breasts into a dish of well-balanced flavors and aromas.