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A question about a recipe: Misoyaki Roast Chicken with Shoyu Onion Sauce

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I have a question about the recipe "Misoyaki Roast Chicken with Shoyu Onion Sauce" from timWuNotWoo.

I can't seem to find red miso paste ANYWHERE. I did however find Haechandle Soybean paste. Should I give it try? I really don't want to waste on a whole chicken.

thanks so much!

asked by natcrow about 3 years ago
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Hey there Nat,

Thanks for the interest in the recipe! Although I've never used that particular brand of soybean paste, in my experience, Korean soybean pastes (like Haechandle) are usually a lot sweeter and a different texture than Japanese soybean pastes. Who knows though, haha, it may actually turn out better!

I'd say give it a shot anyway, I'd love to hear about the results. Otherwise, you could always get red miso paste through Amazon~