I know some of you have been suffering weather temperatures making a meal like this impossible at the moment but it’s been cooler and wetter here the last little while. I LOVE this meal. It take zero brain power to make happen and tastes great!

Roasted Veg with Miso Gravy

Roasted Veg
  1. Chop whatever vegetables you have on hand (look at these beautiful golden beets I used!) and throw in a roasting pan.
  2. Toss vegetables in a little olive oil, coarse salt and pepper.
  3. Roast on 400’F for about an hour, tossing occasionally.
  4. Serve topped with Miso Gravy (see below).

Golden Beet

Golden Beet

Vegetables ready for roasting!

Miso Gravy

  • 1/2 cup Miso paste
  • 1/2 cup Vegetable oil (I used non gmo canola)
  • 3 tbsp Cornstarch
  • 2 tbsp Ginger
  • 2 tsp Garlic
  • 1 tsp Chilli paste
  • 2 cup Water
  1. Add all ingredients except water to food processor. After pureed, slowly add water.
  2. Put in sauce pan and slowly simmer to thicken.

You can also try this meal wrapping the veg in phyllo pastry which is also really delicious!

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8 Responses to Roasted Vegetable with Miso Gravy

  1. Cheryl says:

    Sounds great! Have you had the miso gravy at the Naam in Vancouver? It’s so good, but I’ve never been able to duplicate it. I’ll have to give this one a try.

  2. greenteacher says:

    mmmm, Naam miso gravy! I brought a bottle back to Montreal with me the last time I went to Vancouver :) Thanks for the beet idea…DH does not enjoy beets in the least but I have to find a way of using the ones we get from our CSA basket. I’ll sneak them into the roasting pan but then probably have to eat them all myself anyway!

  3. Forrest says:

    Well now I know what I’m having for dinner! :)

  4. Miso gravy? How interesting? I should try this.
    lisa :)

  5. Forrest says:

    I made it tonight and it was amazing! Jen was raving as well. It really was pretty straightforward, although I didn’t realize that cornstarch is usually diluted in water first, so I just dumped it in. Also, my particular chili paste I think I should have whisked into the oil: it came out in one clump from the bottom of the pot when I was mixing it on the stove. I thought it was a burned bit and tasted it by the sink, so hot! :) Thanks Annie for such a great dish.

  6. tai says:

    Yum. You always make your food look so good (and I’m sure it tastes good too- its just that my food photography skills are terrible!) I’ll have to give this recipe a try. I think if I wrapped it in phylo Ari would devour it! And that cake… I think I need to try that one too. yummm.

  7. Annie says:

    The Naam is a favourite restaurant! My dad still sends me naam sauce from time to time but you know what? I think I like this version better. Maybe because it’s fresher or maybe because the flavours are more interesting? Of course it’s MUCH cheaper to make myself.

    Interesting how it turned out for you Forrest! Sometimes I’ll mix cornstarch with water before using it but not with this recipe. It seems to blend fine for me! So glad you liked it though!

    Tai- I wish our visit could have been longer. We could eat all kinds of wonderful foods together.

  8. This looks great! I’ve been looking for more ways to incorporate miso into my meals. I’ll have to try this one. :)

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