The miso and honey cooking sauce is an easy and flavoursome way to transform chicken from boring to brilliant.
Because the broccolini is cooked in the same baking dish as the chicken, this is a super easy meal to prepare. For a FODMAP friendly diet, replace the broccolini with bok choy or choy sum.
This dish tastes even better if the chicken is marinated in the sauce overnight.
About the Ingredients
Miso paste is made from fermented soy beans and rice. As most soy products are made from genetically modified (GMO) soy, I would recommend finding an organic version in a health food store. By default, organic is non-GMO.
If you prefer a really intense flavour, use a red or brown miso rather than the milder and sweeter white miso, however the stronger flavoured miso will probably not be gluten-free as barley is often used as an ingredient.
Tamari is a richer and less salty version of soy sauce. It should also be gluten-free but you may have to carefully check the ingredients list. In Australia, I buy Pure Harvest Organic Tamari from the Health Food section of the supermarket. This brand is definitely gluten-free.