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Honey Mustard Miso Marinade

This is a great marinade for fish. If you haven't used miso before, now is a good time to start. It is a salty, fermented paste made from grains and legumes. It works well as an oil substitute in marinades and salad dressings. Don't just add any salt or ingredients containing salt.

2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon stone ground or whole grain mustard
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon white miso
juice of one lemon


Mix all ingredients in a glass or plastic container.

Coat all sides of fish. (Use on 1 pound Alaskan Salmon or Halibut or Tuna.)

Marinate 30 minutes to one hour in the refrigerator.

Serves: 4

Recommended Equipment

Whisk - It's so quick and easy to make marinades and vinaigrettes using a small whisk and bowl. A 6-inch stainless steel whisk gets daily duty in my kitchen!


Each serving has approximately:

Calories: 40 Sodium: 251 mg Calcium: 18 mg
Total fat: 1 g Chol: .15 mg Carbs: 7 g
Sat fat: <1 g Fiber: <1 g Protein: 1 g

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Barbara Gollman

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