How to Make Yummy For Cold Winter Days ☆ Piping-hot Oden Hot Pot ♪

For Cold Winter Days ☆ Piping-hot Oden Hot Pot ♪. Great recipe for For Cold Winter Days ☆ Piping-hot Oden Hot Pot ♪. I make this dish every winter. I used different ratios of light and dark soy sauce and settled with this recipe.

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Ingredients of For Cold Winter Days ☆ Piping-hot Oden Hot Pot ♪

  1. It's 1 of ... [Oden dashi soup].
  2. It's 1600 ml of Water (including water to soak the kombu).
  3. You need 20 of cm piece Kombu.
  4. You need 1 bunch of Bonito flakes.
  5. You need 50 ml of ○ Usukuchi soy sauce.
  6. Prepare 2 tbsp of each ○ Soy sauce, sake.
  7. You need 1 tbsp of each ○Sugar, mirin.
  8. Prepare 1 of ... [Ingredients].
  9. You need 1 of Eggs, beef tendons (required), octopus.
  10. It's 1 of Daikon radish, kombu, Mochi kinchaku.
  11. Prepare 1 of A variety of fish cakes.

Oden is a one-pot dish, which is a little bit different from stew or hot pot. It's more like a simmered dish: assorted fish balls, fish cakes, Atsuage (deep-fried tofu), hard-boiled eggs, konnyaku, and some vegetables are simmered in soy sauce-based broth. Best served with parmesan toast, this loaded soup from Gather & Dine is the perfect excuse to cozy up with a loved one on a cold day. Plus, with Swiss chard, zucchini, carrots, celery and other veggies, you can feel good about devouring this comforting dish.

For Cold Winter Days ☆ Piping-hot Oden Hot Pot ♪ step by step

  1. Rehydrate the kombu to soften and tie into knots. Use the soaking water for making dashi soup..
  2. Add water to the Step 1 soaking water and put a piece of kombu for the dashi soup. Bring to the boil and add the bonito flakes. Simmer for 3 to 4 minutes over a low heat and turn off the heat. After the bonito flakes sink to the bottom, pour the dashi stock through a fine sieve..
  3. Boil the eggs and peel the shells..
  4. Cut the octopus into bite sizes and skewer..
  5. You can put the beef tendons and octopus to the dashi stock, but you will need a lot of time to cook through to tenderize. If you want to shorten the cooking time, put in a pressure cooker and cover with the Step 1 dashi stock. Cook for 20 minutes and add to the hot pot..
  6. Slice the daikon into thick rounds and cook in rice water (from the rinsing rice. Or you can use normal water, but it takes a while for it to cook through)..
  7. Pour boiled water over the fish cakes to get rid of excess oil. Cut into bite sizes..
  8. Make crisscross incisions on the surface of konyaku and cut into bite sizes. Put in a saucepan with water and bring to a boil. Cook for about 5 minutes to get rid of the bitterness..
  9. [How to make mochi kinchaku] Blanch the aburaage quickly and cut one side to open up. Stuff mochi (about 1/4 of a rice cake for each aburaage) and tie with softened kanpyo bands (you could close the aburaage with toothpicks)..
  10. Add all the ingredients except the fish cakes and mochi kinchaku and simmer slowly (for 2 to 3 hours at least). Skim off any scum on the surface..
  11. Add fish cakes and mochi kinchaku and simmer for 10-30 minutes. Serve!.

Cheap, easy and delicious, oden—a mix of ingredients such as daikon, egg and fish cakes cooked in a soy and dashi broth—is a perfect snack on a cold winter's day. You can find oden almost everywhere in the cold weather months, from snack carts to convenience stores and even some izakaya. Cold winter days mean warm cooking parties with your friends, no? A few weekends ago I had a few Japanese friends come over to my house to teach me how to cook Japanese food like a pro! Japanese cuisine flows with the seasons.

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