Nabemono is a ‘catchall’ phrase for an immense variety of Japanese hotpots which play a role as the heart of healthy family dining in Japan. For Yosenabe, ‘yose’ means gather up and ‘nabe’ means
hotpot, in other words there are no particular rules or ingredients. Meat, fish, tofu and/or vegetables are simmered in an earthenware or cast-iron pot in a simple kombu/katsuo dashi broth.
Grated daikon, miso, soy milk or even kimchi may be added. The cooked ingredients are then dipped into garnishes, seasonings and dipping sauces and eaten very fresh. To finish the meal, rice and eggs may be added to the broth to make ‘Zosui’, Japanese & ‘risotto’ or any kind of noodles may be added to soak up the last goodness.
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