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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Miso Chicken

I was craving some chicken, but I didn't want anything greasy. I tried to think of what I could possibly do with chicken breast pieces we had in the freezer, so I tried to bake it with a miso sauce, which turned out to be better than I expected! The photo makes it look like crossaints or some kind of dinner rolls with cheese on them, but it's chicken with special miso sauce.

IN JAPANESE: Tori no Miso Yaki
CATEGORY: Meat
COOKING METHOD: Grilled
DIFFICULTY: Medium
SERVES: 4 people
LENGTH OF TIME: 30 min

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Thin sliced Chicken breast (about 12 pieces)
2 TBsp of Miso (white would be better, but red is fine, too)
1 TBsp of Sake
1 TBsp of Mirin
1 tsp of Sugar
1/2 tsp of lemon juice

HOW TO:
Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees.

In a bowl, mix miso, sake, mirin, sugar and lemon juice until you get a creamy sauce.

Lightly grease a baking pan (9x13inch pan), and spread the miso sauce on each side of chicken pieces and spread them into the pan.

Bake for 15-20 minutes until the chicken is cooked. You can cut the fattest piece to see if the juice from the meat is clear instead of red (clear means fully cooked, red means still bloody and raw). That's it!

2 comments:

mirage2g said...

This looks interesting! The other day I was also wondering what to do with the chicken and I cooked it with basil and lemon, if I had visited earlier then I have seen this and did it! =( Well, I'd try it soon too! Thanks!

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