Spicy Miso-Glazed Potatoes

Spicy Miso Glazed Poatoes

I often get asked if miso can be used for anything other than soup. In Japan, it’s an all purpose seasoning which is often used interchangeably with soy sauce. I use it in everything from breads, to sauces, to glazes like this. With garlic, butter and a touch of chili paste, it’s rich, piquant, and deeply flavorful when caramelized around crisp skinned potatoes. Head over to PBS food for my full post and recipe.

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  • lisa ng

    looks awesome! your korean fried chicken wings were the first recipe i tried from your blog and they were a hit with my friends. i’m excited to try this one!

  • Guest

    Made these last week, but roasted the potatoes instead–excellent, and also good as leftovers for lunch.

  • Herr Yamamoto

    Do you think it could work with sweet potatoes (in small pieses of course)?

    • http://norecipes.com Marc Matsumoto

      Yep, it should work. The only potential problem is when you boil the potatoes. Cut potatoes tend to soak up a lot more water than whole ones. You may want to boil the sweet potato whole and then cut and glazing.

  • Paul Foot

    Wow ! this sounds amazing, will be having this today


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