Autumn afternoon at South River Miso. All photos by Gaella Elwell.
Autumn Greetings from South River Miso
What a joy to sleep under an extra cover at night and to walk through
colorful crunchy leaves under deep blue skies. Autumn
brings great abundance from fields and orchards, and sparks a keener
appetite to enjoy the harvest.
South River Miso lends its savory sweetness to many dishes
. Newly dug roots of all kinds offer dependable heartiness
helping to nourish and warm us for the cooler days ahead. Roots are
rich in vitamins and minerals as well as anti-oxidants. Miso is a time
tested, ancient food- rich in enzymes, naturally occurring probiotics,
vegetable proteins and complex flavors.
All ten of our delicious miso varieties are available online at southrivermiso.com
Please visit our web site to watch videos of our unique process
Recipe: Simple Roots with Miso
Autumn roots with their warm colors and sweet tastes are wonderfully
strengthening, comforting foods. One cup of sliced daikon radish, for
instance, supplies as much calcium as a cup of whole dairy milk. Carrots
are rich in carotenoids which promote skin and eye health and
rutabagas are high in zinc.
If you don’t already have a good sharp Japanese or European knife,
treat yourself to one for easily slicing through sturdy roots. Have fun
creating your own unique root dishes. Try the one below to get you
Serves four to five
4-5 tsp olive oil
2 cups chopped red onion
2 cloves chopped garlic
2 cups carrots cut diagonally
½ cup daikon radish cut diagonally
½ cup rutabaga cut diagonally
½ cup fresh parsley
4-5 tsp South River Sweet Tasting Brown Rice
or another of our light miso varieties
¼ cup mixed roasted nuts
Sautéed turnip greens and garlic accompany the root dish.
1. Heat olive oil in a sturdy pan. When oil is hot, add chopped onion and garlic. Stir gently for about 1 minute.
2. Add chopped carrot, daikon and rutabaga. Cover and cook on medium heat for 5-6 minutes, stirring occasionally.
3. Add chopped parsley. Cook for 1 minute.
4. Dilute miso in 2 tsp of water and stir into the roots. Turn off heat, cover and let sit 1-2 minutes.
5. Top with roasted mixed nuts.
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- Shop at our online store.
- Try more of our great recipes.
- Watch videos of rice growing at South River.
- View a slide show of the miso making process.
- Watch a Cooking Channel video about South River Miso.
- See a slide show of our location at South River Farm.
- Read "Love Letters" from our customers.
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