The Best Miso Pastes for Adding Savory Flavor to Any Dish

William Goodman
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Made from fermented soybeans, miso paste is a Japanese ingredient that’s found a lot of use in kitchens due to its versatility. High in both protein and vitamin content, it’s a great way to add a distinct savory flavor to everything from soups to marinades and much more. And best of all, a little bit of it goes a long way.

Made from cooked soybeans and grain (typically rice), miso paste is then fermented for anywhere from three to six months to provide different flavor profiles. Shiro, or white, miso paste is typically the most common and is known for its sweet and mild flavors; aka, or red, miso paste is aged for six months and provides a smoker, more complex flavor.

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