Simple and pretty yummy! I made this recipe replacing 1/2 the asparagus with broccoli and leaving out the salt. It wasn't bad! I added extra orange zest but regretted it. Try local produce stores to find miso.
Simple quick and delicious Do yourself a favour follow this recipe and make this dish! Only tip I'd add is to make sure your roasting tin isn't too big or the cooking sauce will burn. You could also try letting the tofu dry for a good half an hour rather than just pat-drying and I let it marinate for a few hours in the cooking sauce too. Pros: simple quick delicious
My healthy cooking group made this and absolutely loved it! The only thing we changed was white miso instead of red (couldn't find in our store.) We served it on brown rice with a side salad of mixed greens with fennel orange slices and cranraisins. Yum!
Awesome! Incredibly tasty. Buying a bag of miso is expensive. So instead I bought a packet of Miso soup (powder) for around a 1 which was the perfect amount for this recipe. I removed any of the dried tofu. To get the right consistency I then added a little soy sauce a little sesame oil & a little fish sauce. Perfection!
Very good I really like this recipe and I've made it several times. Asparagus is really great in it but I have also made it with broccoli and green beans whatever is in season will do. I love that it tastes like oranges I always juice the orange that I zest instead of using store bought OJ. And I do skip the salt. Red miso keeps for a long time it's a staple in my fridge now so I can whip this up frequently
Yummy Vegetarian Dish This dish could hardly be simpler to prepare and my husband loved it. The second time I made it I doubled the sauce ingredients as my husband like lots of sauce (great on rice). However when i warmed up the leftovers the next day the orange flavor from the zest was too powerful. Next time if i'm going to have leftovers I'll omit the zest the first night and add it to the leftovers only. Pros: Delicious Quick Easy Cons: Not so good left over