How to Incorporate MiSOgood into Your Thanksgiving Feast

How to Incorporate MiSOgood into Your Thanksgiving Feast

The biggest food holiday of the year is just around the corner, and MiSOgood is here to help you make your Thanksgiving feast picture perfect. Even though miso tends to be thought of a Japanese food, it actually has a wide variety of uses and applications in the kitchen. Using miso not only will add a huge depth of flavor to whatever you’re preparing, but it will also impress your guests with your skill and knowledge of food and cooking.

Let’s dive in!

Miso Glazed Turkey

Might as well start with the turkey, the centerpiece of nearly every Thanksgiving table. By adding a glaze to your nearly finished turkey, you can add some tang, zest, and a touch of sweetness that is sure to please.

We really like this recipe, but you can experiment with different misos to fit the flavor profile you want.

Recommended Miso:  Brown Rice Miso or Spicy Miso (if you want a little extra kick)

Vegan Sweet & Savory Stuffing

Thanksgiving without stuffing? Unthinkable. That’s why we developed this stuffing recipe that’s been a favorite around our family table for some time now. Not only does it taste great, but it smells so good, you’ll be tempted to eat it all up before any guests arrive.

Recommended Miso:  Sweet & Savory White Miso

Vegan Ginger Glazed Carrots

Carrots are the perfect Thanksgiving side. Why? Because they’re healthy, earthy, a little savory and a lot sweet. They hit all the fall flavor notes that remind us why this time of year is special.

This glazed carrots recipe is so simple and hardly takes any time at all, giving you plenty of time to relax, have a glass of wine, and chit chat with your guests.

Recommended Miso: Brown Rice Miso

Vegan Pumpkin Curry

For those of you who don’t eat meat, finding a good, hearty substitute for your main dish can be challenging. That’s one reason why we love this pumpkin curry recipe. It’s fairly simple to put together, yet complex in flavor. Plus, it uses all those yummy fall veggies we love, like brussels sprouts, carrots, and pumpkin, of course.

Recommended Miso: MiSOgood Soy-free Miso

Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Speaking of pumpkin, what would Thanksgiving be without pumpkin pie?

Using miso in this pumpkin pie recipe, you get a richer flavor, where the savory-saltiness of the miso complements and amplifies the spices and sweetness.

Recommended Miso:  Sweet & Savory White Miso

Want more ideas for using MiSOgood Misos in your Thanksgiving meal?

Head on over to our recipes to find some inspiration, and then visit our website or  Amazon store for all your favorite MiSOgood flavors!