Miso glazed trout- 10 minutes cooking, 5 minutes prep
This Miso glazed trout recipe is so easy and you can always substitute it with another fish - such as salmon, swordfish or even tuna to name a few! This is one of my favorite dishes at a restaurant in Naples, Florida called Nemo. Izakaya @ the Borgata also has a version. Typically Miso glaze uses Mirin, which has a lot of sugar in it. Here, I am subbing with cooking wine. This dish is delicious and has no added sugar!
4-6 OZ. OF TROUT FILLET (OR ANY OTHER FISH)
MISO PASTE- 1/3 CUP
COOKING WINE- 3 TSPN
SESAME OIL - 1 TSPN
Turn oven broiler on
1/ Mix miso paste with cooking wine, sesame oil , adding a little water (1/4 cup water) to create a dressing glaze. If you want the flavor strong, you might not add as much water.. you can simply add more cooking wine. The consistency should be similar to a dressing.
2/ Place fish in a baking pan. Brush glaze onto fish - add veggies such as mushrooms or scallions, if you wish.
3/ Place fish in oven and allow to broil for 5 minutes. Check often as all ovens are different. Once fish looks halfway cooked, change oven to bake @ 375. Bake for another 3-5 minutes.
Remove from oven and eat! Enjoy!