LOADING

Chicken Nabe

It's raining and it's cold today. A perfect day for nabe (hot pot). This one is with ground chicken scraped directly into the pot. Add any favorite vegetables, and you're ready for a meal on the table, literally. The soup base can be plain water, chicken stock or dashi. For this particular nabe, I used potatoes, shitake mushrooms, shishito peppers, daikon, mizuna, tofu and napa cabbage.

The season for nabe is here. Maybe next time, I'll make a spicy kimchee nabe or a pork nabe with grated daikon or a fish/crab nabe. The possibilities are endless!

 

Nabe_pot-adj

To serve the chicken nabe, just squeeze some lemon juice to shoyu in individual bowls, then pick out some chicken balls and veggies and enjoy. I happened to have some Okinawan lime (shikwasa) and made a sauce from that.

Nabe_serving_bowl

After the chicken and veggies have been eaten, the remaining soup in the nabe pot makes a great base for a rice soup or noodle soup. Just add some beaten eggs and green onions at the very end, after boiling some cooked rice or pre-boiled noodles. So easy and so nice on a cold day. Stay warm!


Posted By: Jan Opdahl
Rating   View Rating(1)
Already Voted! | 0 people have saved this recipe

Print   Add to Printer23 Times Printed


User ReviewsView all Rating
Reviewed on: Nov 16, 2012 By
Test
Comments:

Find Recipes

Category:
Keyword/Tag :

Most Reviewed Recipes