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Mizuna

  • Used in salads, soups, and hot pots, Mizuna is a Japanese green that has a piquant, mildly peppery flavor and it’s slightly spicy but less so than arugula.

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    What is Mizuna?

    Mizuna (水菜) is a Japanese green that has a piquant, mildly peppery flavor and it’s slightly spicy but less so than arugula. Mizuna is used in salad, soups, and hot pot (nabemono).

    Recipes Using Mizuna

    A white dish containing Shabu Shabu Salad.

    Shabu Shabu Salad

    A Japanese earthenware pot (donabe) containing Mizutaki (Japanese Chicken Hot Pot) filled with chicken, tofu, mushrooms, and all kinds of vegetables.

    Mizutaki (Chicken Hot Pot)

    Warm Mushroom Salad with Sesame Dressing in a dark ceramic bowl.

    Warm Mushroom Salad with Sesame Dressing

    A Japanese earthenware pot (Donabe) containing vegetables, tofu, and pork cooked in sesame and miso based soup broth.

    Sesame Miso Hot Pot

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