Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
This oh-so-easy Organic Miso Caramel Sauce recipe is to die for! It is perfect for dipping fresh fruit, topping ice cream or drizzling over flourless chocolate cake! Not familiar with miso? It is a traditional Japanese seasoning most used in savory soups, but is also used in sauces, dressings and spreads. Made through fermenting soybeans with salt and koji, the flavor is described as salty, savory, earthy and fruity. The complex flavor-profile of miso makes it a wonderful addition for making this healthier version of a classic caramel sauce.
Chorizo paired with white beans is a traditional dish in Spain and other parts of the Mediterranean. It is often made into a stew, but just as tasty served as a bowl over wilted greens such as spinach, collards, or kale. It is quick and easy, warm and cozy, and affordable—the kind of meal perfect for a weeknight!
Somewhere between a lava cake and a baked mousse, a flourless chocolate cake is a gooey and fluffy delight. The trick to this lighter-than-air texture is whipping the eggs as much as possible before adding the chocolate. Top with your favorite berries or a delectable caramel sauce for an easy but impressive dessert.
Popular throughout West Africa, maafe, or peanut stew, is a perfect cool-weather meal. Our version contains chicken, sweet potato, peanuts, and greens, a perfect combination, especially when stewed in a warm, comforting broth with a hint of ginger and jalapeño. We put this recipe into our “Weekend Wow” category because you will be “wowed” by the taste, and it is an ideal weekend meal for sharing with family or friends.