Miso Yogurt Marinated Cod

January 4th, 2011 § 2 comments

Miso is fermented soya bean paste, made from soya beans and normally rice or barley are mixed with salt and koji (a formentation starter) and allow to ferment for six months to five years

It comes in many colours, creamy white, yellow, red brown and dark brown, etc..

Usually the light coloured miso has light flavour and dark coloured miso has strong flavour.

Also yogurt is the queen of fermentation food product as you know.

Both fermentation foods pull together and made a great result to a piece of fish.

The cod fillet became tender and savory.


— Miso Yogurt Marinated Cod (serves 2) —

2 pieces cod fillet

80ml miso (light brown coloured miso is preferred)

100ml yogurt (plain)

Some flat-leaf parsley for garnish, finely chopped


Mix the miso and yogurt  in a bowl.

Put the miso yogurt mixture into a shallow container, place the cod, and coat all sides with the mixture, cover and refrigerate for overnight.

To cook, lightly wipe off any excess miso mixture (but don’t rinse it off).

Preheat broiler, place the cod on a baking sheet and position the backing tray approximately 6 inches away from top heating element. Broil about 7-10 minutes, until nicely golden and flakes easily.

Sprinkle with the chopped parsley.

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