Green Beans With Walnut Miso Sauce

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins

from the NY Times, this is very quick and easy to put together.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Bring pot of water to a boil and salt it.
  2. blanch beans in water until they are bright green and just tender, about 5 minutes.
  3. Drain and refresh in cold water, then drain again.
  4. Place in a serving bowl.
  5. Grate ginger over bowl, then place in small fine strainer and press out juice, about a teaspoon.
  6. Combine ginger juice with miso, walnuts, 2 tablespoons water and soy sauce in blender and blend until smooth, stopping machine and scraping down sides if necessary.
  7. (You may add a little water or soy sauce if mixture is too thick.).
  8. Toss beans in sauce, and serve at room temperature.


Most Helpful

made this several times now and it is so tasty! i toasted the walnuts before making the sauce, and i think it enhances the flavor. this keeps well in the fridge too. i make up a double batch and then can toss it with my veg at short notice. definitely a keeper!

graffeetee September 04, 2013

Loved the Walnut Miso sauce, goes good with the green beans, belive it would be good with other veggies. Made it just like the recipe stated didn't change a thing, Very easy to make. Served it with Roasted chicken and Jude's Chili Poblano Polenta and a side salad. Thank you Chia for another yummy recipe.

Barb Gertz January 24, 2005

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