Cooking in a water bath, just like crème brûlée, makes these Japanese custards set yet incredibly silky. These chawanmushi from are infused with umami-rich MiSOgood Sesame Miso for the pretty nutty and savory twist. They make a beautiful first course for an elegant touch to your next dinner party.
This easy vegan MiSOgood tofu tonkatsu is light, crisp, and seasoned to umami perfection. This homemade tonkatsu recipe is so easy and tastes even better than takeout.
This easy sweet and savory MiSOgood dark chocolate bark is packed with antioxidants, berries and tastes like the best candy bar ever! It's a perfect treat for gifting and just keeping around the house for sweet snacking.
Goma dofu is a panna cotta–like sesame custard and a staple of shojin ryori, the food of Japanese Buddhist monks. With the savory and nutty flavor of MiSOgood Sesame Miso and a sprinkle ofwasabi, it can act as a simple, refreshing start to any meal.
I don’t know about you guys, but just reading the words ‘savory puff pastry recipes’ makes my mouth water. This easy flaky, buttery wonderfulness appetizer is the perfect dish for any holiday party.
The beauty of this larger grained, finishing salt recipe is that a pinch will go a long way. Since the salt is added at the very end, right before serving, the salt crystals aren’t absorbed into the dish, meaning you get much more taste and flavor with a fraction of the salt. Indeed, using a finishing salt can reduce the total salt needed in a dish dramatically. So even if you are watching your salt intake, a pinch of finishing salt on your home cooked meal is going to be far less sodium than a processed or restaurant meal that probably doesn’t taste nearly as good. Using MiSOgood ads the perfect depth and flavor to your next dish.