Hot pot recipe-Kimchee & MIso Pork Hot pot


Here’s very easy yet tasteful hot pot you can enjoy at home! Doesn’t require much of materials or tools.. Kimchee and miso are both fermented food. They get along very well. They both content concentrated Uma-mi. Plus, a sheet of Konbu hiding at bottom of the pot, it continuously release mild Uma-mi to add another layer of flavor. You can also add some carbs such as rice or Udon to make one complete balanced meal!!

[ Ingredients ] *tsp=tea spoon tbs=table spoon
~ serves one ~
1/2 Sue choy(small)
8~10cm Konbu/Kelp
200g Kimchee
160g Sliced pork
1 bunch Nira/chives
2 tbs Miso
250ml Water
(•̀ㅂ•́)وto see Japanese seasonings explanations please click here!

[ Directions ]

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1. Cut Konbu into the size that can fit into your hot pot. If you see any sands on the surface, you can wipe off with cloth.
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
Using salted water, you can not just parboil the materials, but also season them at the same time!

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2. Place the Konbu at the bottom of the pot.
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
I’m using an 18cm diameter single serving pot. If you want to make a big meal, you can simply multiply the amount with a bigger pot!

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3. First cut the core of Sue Choy and then tear apart by hands.

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4. Cut all the Sue Choy into the length that can fit in your pot standing upright.

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5. Place the Sue Choy into the pot. Make sure each leaf is standing, not lying flat..
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
You can also go with cabbage instead of Sue Choy!

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6. Add Kimchee in the center. Squeeze in sliced pork and chives between each layer of the Sue Choy.
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
It gets loose when it’s cooked. You can place all the materials rather tightly..

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7. Mix water and miso and pour into the pot.
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
Because there’s a sheet of Konbu and enough Kimchee to release lots of flavor, you don’t have to trouble yourself to prepare Dashi. Water will work just fine!

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8. Place the pot on the stove, cook over medium heat. Serve when the pork changes the color and Sue Choy gets soften.
(˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و~MASA’s Cooking Tips~
You can eat half way and then add some steamed rice into the space to make Zou-sui!!

 

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