Protein-rich quinoa replaces rice in this homemade sushi that will keep you going all day long with energy to spare. Our miso dipping sauce is to die for – you’ll want to make extra to use as a dip or to drizzle over chicken, tofu or your favorite grain bowls.
Wrapping the scallops and vegetables in a “purse” of parchment paper means they steam together in the fragrant Asian-inspired sauce. To keep the butcher’s twine from burning in the oven, soak it in water for about 15 minutes before tying the bundles. Serve with brown rice or quinoa.
The slightly sweet flavor of adzuki beans pairs beautifully with earthy miso and mushrooms in this soup. Take care to dissolve miso into a bit of broth at the end of cooking and add to the soup off the heat. By avoiding boiling the miso, you’ll preserve the beneficial enzymes and bacteria.