Miso Hoisin Salmon
1 Tbsp miso
1 Tbsp hoisin sauce
2 salmon steaks
Preheat oven to 450°F. Coat a foil-lined baking sheet with cooking spray. In a
small bowl, stir miso with hoisin until evenly combined.
Place steaks on baking sheet and brush top with miso mixture. Roast salmon,
uncovered and without turning, until a knifepoint inserted in centre feels warm,
from 12 - 15 minutes. This salmon goes well with new potatoes boiled until
partially tender, about 10 minutes, then coated with olive oil and roasted
alongside salmon until golden and fork tender.
What's Miso (sidebar to the recipe) Miso, a mainstay of the Japanese diet, is a
fermented paste made from soybeans. Sold in the refrigerator section of some
supermarkets, health food stores and oriental markets, miso, also called bean
paste, is used on soups, sauces, marinades, dips and dressings. This easily
digested paste is a source of zinc. Store miso in the refrigerator in an