A few years ago I went to the Big Summer Potluck. It was a wonderful, relaxing weekend and I met a lot of great people and also got to try some new products. One of the products I tried was Gourmet Garden. I am loving their products. They grow organic herbs, harvest them, and within 24 hours they are washed, chopped, blended, and packed into tubes. This means they stay fresh for up to 3 months instead of a week or two like other fresh herbs.
At the Big Summer Potluck we were luck enough to receive 11 tubes of these fresh herbs so I wanted to put them into a delicious dish. After looking at what I had, I wanted to make a Miso Chili Sauce using the ginger and chili pepper. I had taken pork out for dinner so I stir fried it with the garlic.
I LOVED this sauce. I wasn’t sure how it would turn out since I’ve never made it before, but somehow it came together and tasted great! It’s slightly sweet from the miso and a little spicy from the chili pepper. It pairs wonderfully with the fresh vegetables from my weekly CSA share and the pork chops. I can’t wait to give this sauce a try with tofu!
Pork Stir Fry with Chili Ginger Miso Sauce (a Hezzi-D original)