I have to thank Uwajimaya (my local asian grocery store) for posting about Miss Mochi's Adventures on their facebook page. It's no secret that I'm trying to learn to cook more Japanese food so I found Miss Mochi's full of recipes I couldn't wait to try.
One of our favorite dishes at Japanese restaurants is the miso glazed eggplant. I've also seen it called broiled eggplant with miso paste. It's absolutely delicious. I attempted to make it once years ago and failed. I hadn't thought about making it again until I saw it on Miss Mochi's blog.
I followed her recipe exactly and it was easy. I'll be making again and again.
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It looks yummy and I like how the eggplant turned a golden brown.ReplyDelete
I must try this!ReplyDelete
I have never cooked with miso. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
I love eggplant, I like miso, and yes, I think I need to try this. If not soon then definitely next year when my CSA box is overflowing with eggplant.ReplyDelete
Love eggplant. This looks easy and tasty. :)ReplyDelete
If you had not said it was eggplant I wouldn't have known....I am a HUGE fan of eggplant and combining miso would be so tasty. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Ooh this looks good and tasty. I've never done eggplant like that before.ReplyDelete
I love eggplant but have never seen it cooked that way before. It looks good!ReplyDelete
Oh, I adore Japanese food and this dish looks delish! I'm definitely going to make this for dinner this week. Just curious though, what else did you have for dinner that day? Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
OMG I just HAVE to make that some night! I just planned my menu for weekend cooking but I'm going to jot that down for next week - thanks for sharing and have a nice week!ReplyDelete
I'm always looking for new ways to make eggplant, and this looks like a winner. What fun!ReplyDelete
I had no idea Uwajimaya had featured my blog on their facebook page! I'm glad you liked the eggplant recipe and it turned out good. :DReplyDelete
Looks delicious! It's great that you finally found a recipe that works for your favorite dish! I love when that happens.ReplyDelete