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Karashi-su-miso sauce combines sour (su, vinegar), salty (miso) and spicy (karashi mustard) elements. Smooth and thick, it makes a terrific dip or sauce for raw, grilled, blanched or steamed vegetables, and poached or broiled chicken or fish and seafood, too. Or, stir in a spoonful of olive oil (for Mediterranean overtones) or sesame oil (which adds an Asian accent) to convert the sauce into a salad dressing to drizzle over mixed greens.

 

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