Serve with sticky rice, steamed julienne carrots, julienne daikon and snap peas garnished with black sesame seeds.
TIP – Miso is traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting soybeans with salt and rice or barley malt. Buy organic miso to avoid GMOs. Don’t do soy? Chickpea and rice based miso is similar in flavor and texture to white and yellow misos and can be used in the same repertoire of dishes.
TIP – Fold thin side of salmon filet under to even out thickness, achieving more consistent doneness throughout.
TIP – Make this recipe with my easy fresh mayonnaise.
TIP – Don’t do soy? Chickpea miso exists but isn’t readily available.
TIP – Try roasting tuna, shrimp, scallops, lobster, broccoli, cauliflower or asparagus with miso aioli.