Chef Ravi Kapur of San Francisco's Liholiho Yacht Club adds white miso to a simple mix of honey and Dijon mustard to give this familiar condiment a terrific, umami-rich flavor. Serve this simple miso-honey mustard with grilled chicken and pork as well as with vegetables like cabbage and turnips.
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1/2 cup Dijon mustard
3 tablespoons white miso (see Note)
1/2 cup honey
How to Make It
In a medium bowl, mix the mustard with the miso until smooth. Gradually whisk in the honey until incorporated.
White miso (also called shiro miso) is made from fermented soy beans and rice. It's not fermented for long, so the flavor is quite mild. It's the most versatile of misos. Look for it at large supermarkets.
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