YOSE-NABE is a basic hot pot dish.
Cut the ingredients into bite-sized pieces. Arrange the ingredients in a colorful pot. Shake the soup well and put it in a pot to heat. Cover with a lid, bring to a boil, and finish when the ingredients are cooked.
You can easily make a delicious hot pot using the soup available at Tokyo Mart. All you have to do is to arrange your favorite ingredients and heat them up. In other countries, most people may think of SUKIYAKI or SHABU-SHABY when they think of NABE, but the basic NABE is YOSE-NABE.
Ingredients （3~4 Servings）
- 1 Bag （600ｇ） YOSE NABE SOUP
- 7 oz Chicken thigh
- 4 pieces Whitefish （Sea Bass）
- 4 pieces Shrimp
- 1/4 pieces Chinese cabbage
- 2 pieces Japanese leek
- 1/2 pieces Carrot
- 1 pieces TOFU
- 2 oz STARCH NOODLE “MALONY”
- Some Mushroom
① Cut the ingredients into bite-sized pieces.
② Arrange the ingredients in a colorful pot.
③ Shake the soup well and put it in a pot to heat.
④ Cover with a lid, bring to a boil, and finish when the ingredients are cooked.
Earthenware pots have a low thermal conductivity, which means that heat is transferred more slowly than stainless steel pots and pans, and the heat is stored and kept for a longer period of time.It heats up slowly and tastes good.
YOSE-NABE is a type of NABE in which a variety of ingredients are mixed together in a seafood-based broth such as bonito or kelp, and then seasoned with salt, soy sauce, and sake.
If you use a ready made soup like this one, you can make it easily without the trouble of making soup stock.
Every Japanese household has an earthenware pot. They come in various sizes. Recently, small earthenware pots for one person have been seen in the market. The Japanese family style is to have a lively meal with many people around a single pot.
Of course, you don’t have to use an earthenware pot to enjoy a pot made of any material.
It is also delicious with sausages or fish paste. There are many other ingredients suitable for NABE, so please try them out.
★ Useful goods
The frozen [shiitake mushrooms] we used this time can be used in
their frozen state for stewing, stir-frying, or tempura.
❤︎ Click here for the TEMPURA recipe! ❤︎
You can see recipes in the video as well.⬇️