Teriyaki Sauce with Mirin

Teriyaki Sauce with Emperor's Kitchen Organic Mikawa Mirin
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Teriyaki Sauce with Emperor's Kitchen Organic Mikawa Mirin

Teriyaki Sauce with Mirin


  • Author: Mollie Allen
  • Yield: 46 Servings 1x

Description

Mirin is what gives this traditional teriyaki sauce its authentic flavor. Using just a handful of pantry staples—and mirin as your secret ingredient—you can whip this sauce up in no time! This recipe yields enough teriyaki sauce for 4 to 6 servings.


Ingredients

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To Thicken

  • 2 tablespoons of Kuzu
  • ¼ cup water

Instructions

  1. Combine ingredients in a medium sized bowl, except for the kuzu and ¼ cup of water for thickening. Transfer to a medium saucepan and set over medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  2. In a small bowl, combine kuzu and ¼ cup water for thickening and whisk together until the kuzu is dissolved.
  3. Add the kuzu mixture to the saucepan.
  4. Maintain medium heat, stirring occasionally until sauce reaches its desired thickness. If your sauce has become too thick, you may add more water.
  5. Once sauce has been sufficiently heated through and has reached its desired thickness, it’s ready to be poured over rice, vegetables, meat or tofu!
  6. You can easily prepare this sauce ahead of time by combining all of the ingredients and refrigerating, leaving out the kuzu thickening mixture until you are ready to cook.

Notes

Check out our What is Mirin blog post!

Haiku Sencha Green Tea Cooler

Haiku® Sencha Green Tea Cooler

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Haiku Sencha Green Tea Cooler recipe

Haiku Sencha Green Tea Cooler


  • Yield: 1/2 Gallon 1x

Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Bring water to a boil and pour over the teabags. Cover and steep for 2-3 minutes.
  2. Remove the teabags and chill for at least ½ hour.
  3. Then pour into a serving pitcher and add fruit juice.
  4. Stir well, add ice, and serve.


Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Tea is certified UDSA Organic, Non-GMO Verified, Gluten-free and Kosher. Prepare a pitcher of this tasty cooler and enjoy with family and friends.
Purchase at your local organic market or direct from Great Eastern Sun’s Online Market: Haiku Organic Kosher Japanese Green Tea 

No Dairy February Allows People of All Diets to Explore Plant-Based Alternatives

Vegan Parmesan Breadsticks with Miso Master Miso by Plant Powered Couple

Miso paste is known for its savory, umami flavor and is the secret ingredient in many vegan dishes. This year, as we recognize No Dairy February, we want to encourage you to test out some plant-based dairy alternatives that utilize miso to round out the flavors of inventive dishes.

What is No Dairy February?

No Dairy February is a challenge of sorts for non-vegans to explore 28 days of dairy alternatives, many of which contain miso to add in that savory element that dairy, such as cheese, would normally provide. It’s an opportunity to explore new flavors, textures and recipes, and perhaps discover a new favorite dish!

We’re big fans of a versatile healthy diet, and encourage those interested in exploring dairy substitutes to use this month for inspiration.

How Can I Use Miso?

Miso is an excellent ingredient in non-dairy cheeses and sauces. It’s distinct umami flavor adds depth to dairy alternatives. If you’re afraid of letting go of your favorite comfort foods for No Dairy February, don’t worry! Recipes like this vegan mac and cheese can fill that void.

We’ve partnered with The Plant Power Couple this month to bring you even more delicious yumminess. Check out their recipe for vegan parmesan bread sticks featuring a savory vegan cheese sauce utilizing Miso Master Organic Mellow White Miso.

Follow @misomaster on Instagram for more creative ways to incorporate miso into your diet, and check us out on Facebook so you don’t miss out on all the Miso Master news and recipes!

Crunchy Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies

Enjoy this tasty twist on this classic favorite. Believe it or not, adding Miso Master Organic Sweet White Miso adds a unique umami touch to this Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookie. The miso mixed with Sweet Cloud Organic Brown Rice Syrup, maple syrup and vanilla turns into a butterscotch like flavored caramel.

The Sweet Cloud Organic Brown Rice Syrup turns out a crunchy cookie, which is just what we like. These sweet and savory cookies actually tastes better the next day. Best of all, they’re free of refined sugar, and they’re vegan so they can be enjoyed by all. YUM!

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Chocolate Chip Cookies with Miso Master Miso

Crunchy Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies


  • Author: Chef Tom Athos
  • Yield: 24 Tasty Cookies 1x

Description

Sweet mixed with a touch of savory. These Crunchy Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies are a new twist to a classic favorite. Feel free to get creative with your choice of chocolate. You can use chocolate chips or cut a chocolate bar, sweetened or not, into small chunks. Happy cooking baking! 


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Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 edge F.
  2. Lightly oil two large cookie sheets and set aside.
  3. Toast almonds or walnuts by spreading onto a jellyroll pan or large cast iron skillet and place in middle rack of oven for 7-10 minutes. Remove from oven and pour onto large cutting board and chop.
  4. Toast rolled oats by spreading onto a jellyroll pan or large cast iron skillet and place on middle shelf of oven for about 5 minutes.
  5. Place toasted oats in blender or food processor and blend into a course meal.
  6. Place toasted oats, flour, baking powder, and baking soda into large mixing bowl.
  7. Pour Sweet Cloud Organic Brown Rice Syrup, maple syrup, Miso Master Organic Sweet White Miso, and vanilla into a large measuring cup or bowl. Whisk together to make a creamy caramel.
  8. Pour oil into miso caramel and mix well.
  9. Pour miso caramel mixture into dry ingredients and stir until all flour mixture is completely coated and forms a cookie batter.
  10. Stir chocolate chips and toasted, chopped nuts into the cookie batter.
  11. Fill a large spoon or tablespoon with cookie batter dough and place 3 in a row with 4 rows (total 12) onto each cookie sheet. Flatten and shape into nice rounds making sure that all the chips and nuts stay in cookie.
  12. Bake for 15 minutes or until the bottom of cookies are lightly brown.
  13. Place hot cookies on cooling rack and try to wait until cooled to enjoy!

Notes

VARIATIONS:
Chocolate Chip Alternative:
Chop sweetened or unsweetened chocolate bar into small chunks. Our family loves the taste of 100% cocoa bars and that is what we prefer over sweetened chips or bars.

Sweeter Cookies:  These cookies are a nice balance of sweet and savory. Try adding organic raisins to the cookie batter for a little extra sweetness.   

Keywords: miso chocolate chip cookies, vegan chocolate chip cookies, miso and chocolate cookies, chocolate cookies with miso,

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