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Introducing our Blistered Shishito with Miso Honey Glaze - the perfect harmony of simple preparation and complex flavors. Handpicked from Oak Spring Farm, the shishito peppers are quickly blistered to unlock their smoky notes. They're then tossed in a rich miso honey glaze, adding an enticing layer of sweet and savory umami. This lively dish serves as an excellent starter or a flavorful side, offering a delightful culinary experience that will kickstart your meal with a spark of unexpected flavor.

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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time15 mins

Ingredients

 6 oz Oak Spring Farm shishito peppers (one typical order's worth)
 1 tbsp vegetable oil (or a mixture of vegetable oil and sesame oil)
 2 tsp acidic juice or vinegar (lime, lemon, or pineapple juice work well. Apple cider, rice, or white wine vinegar work too.)
 1.50 tsp white miso paste
 1 tsp honey
 1 tsp sesame seeds, raw or toasted

Directions

1

Heat a heavy bottom pan (preferably cast iron) or a grill to a high heat.

2

In a large bowl, toss the shishitos with the oil.

3

Add the shishitos to the hot pan or grill and cook until they are well blistered (blackened in spots and puffing up), about 1-2 minutes per side. In the bowl, whisk together the miso, honey, juice/vinegar, and sesame seeds.

4

Add the blistered shishitos to the miso honey mixture and toss them to coat. Sprinkle on some salt. Serve immediately.

DifficultyBeginner

Ingredients

 6 oz Oak Spring Farm shishito peppers (one typical order's worth)
 1 tbsp vegetable oil (or a mixture of vegetable oil and sesame oil)
 2 tsp acidic juice or vinegar (lime, lemon, or pineapple juice work well. Apple cider, rice, or white wine vinegar work too.)
 1.50 tsp white miso paste
 1 tsp honey
 1 tsp sesame seeds, raw or toasted

Directions

1

Heat a heavy bottom pan (preferably cast iron) or a grill to a high heat.

2

In a large bowl, toss the shishitos with the oil.

3

Add the shishitos to the hot pan or grill and cook until they are well blistered (blackened in spots and puffing up), about 1-2 minutes per side. In the bowl, whisk together the miso, honey, juice/vinegar, and sesame seeds.

4

Add the blistered shishitos to the miso honey mixture and toss them to coat. Sprinkle on some salt. Serve immediately.

Blistered Shishitos with Honey Miso Glaze