Miso Paste for Bread 

Recently found Sansho(Japanese Pepper) Miso when I traveled in Shimane Pref in West Japan and tried to enjoy with rice. 

Since Japanese people enjoy it with rice, new idea pop up my mind and tried to paste on the toast this morning! The sansho miso is not normal salty miso. Probably mixed with sweet wine or sugar with sansho pepper so taste are basically sweet. I really liked the combination and maybe try to use it for sandwiches too. Also must go well with cream cheese and good for simple canapé with red wine! 

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Andrea says:

    Miso on toast sounds like a good idea to me, and pretty similar to the Marmite we eat in the UK.

    1. Asian Foodie says:

      Thanks for your comment, Andrea. Hope you will like the miso spread 😉

  2. elle says:

    Very neat! I of course use miso all the time, and I absolutely love sansho, but I didn’t know there was such a thing as sansho miso! I really would like to try this. I hope I can find it sometime!

    1. Asian Foodie says:

      Thanks, Elle! Usually miso is used for Tofu when it’s grilled but toast with miso was more than my expectation. Enjoy!!

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