In Japan, we have a dish called ‘dengaku’ which is often tofu, konnyaku, or eggplant with sweet miso on top. Use Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso to make beautiful dengaku easily-try eggplant dengaku, zucchini dengaku, konnyaku dengaku, tofu dengaku….
Drain and slice firm firm tofu into 1 cm thick slices. Skewer if desired. Grill both sides, then place Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso on one side and grill again for a few seconds. Serve with toasted flaked almonds on top if desired.
2. Eggplant and Almond Miso Stir Fry
Chop eggplant into cubes and stir fry in a little oil. When almost done, add some Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso and stir in well. Serve hot.
3. Barbeque Dipping Sauce
Add a little oil and vinegar to Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso and serve in a little dish as a dipping sauce for your fish, meat and veges at the barbeque.
4. Scrumptious Duck
Cook a nice fat duck breast rare/medium rare. Slice into thin slices and arrange on a platter and smear some Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso on the side. Clean up the Miso with the duck slices.
Kei’s Kitchen Almond Miso 100g $8.50