The fermented soybean paste called miso, a staple of Japanese cooking, is used in salad dressings; as a pickling agent; as a base for soups; and, as here, to flavor marinades. Combined with mirin and sake-Japanese wines made from rice-and flecked with fresh ginger, the marinade is brushed on the fish during cooking to create a shimmering, subtly sweet and rich savory glaze. Red snapper or another sea bass can be used in place of the Chilean sea bass.
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