You Should Definitely Add Miso to Your Thanksgiving Stuffing was the inspiration for this tasty Holiday Miso Stuffing recipe. Armed with three test recipes and a tub of Miso Master Organic Traditional Red Miso we went to the Miso Master Kitchen to begin creating.
First, we chose plant-based ingredients so the finished dish could be enjoyed by all dinner guests. For the bread cubes, we went with a natural white baguette. Then, we replaced salt with red miso for its yummy umami saltiness. Organic olive oil was our butter alternative and we dropped the egg completely. Lastly, we added some ready-to-use Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Chopped Garlic, along with some of the classic veggies, herbs and spices.
The recipe was easy to prepare and the results were very tasty. Perfectly moist, nicely seasoned with that delightful Thanksgiving aroma. While we love pecans, the walnuts were a favorite in this recipe. We shared the finished stuffing with family and friends with positive feedback. One family member suggested adding dried cranberries for a touch of sweetness and pop of color.
If you already have your own family favorite stuffing recipe, you can simply replace the salt with 4 tablespoons of miso per pound of bread cubes. Consider serving this festive dish with Chef Tom’s Cranberry Sauce which is naturally sweetened with organic apple juice and Sweet Cloud Organic Brown Rice Syrup.