Soy Milk Miso Hot Pot
Soy Milk Hot Pot (also known as Tonyu Nabe 豆浆乳鍋 in Japanese) is a popular dish in Japan, and is served in many places in Japan. Rainy weather these days? No problem – a nice hot pot is what you might need!
The recipe is remarkably easy, using ingredients like pork broth, soy sauce, cooking sake, mirin and the new NutriSoy No Sugar Added Fresh Soya Milk. This is a dish best served with family and friends and will get them asking for more!
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Miso soy milk broth:
- 500ml NutriSoy No Sugar Added Fresh Soya Milk
- 500ml pork broth
- 800ml water
- 2 tbsp Japanese soy sauce
- 2 tbsp cooking sake
- 2 tbsp mirin
- 80g miso
Toppings (adjust according to preference)
- 1 small daikon (peel and cut into 2cm thick slices)
- 1 leak (cut into 6 cm length)
- 100g Chinese cabbage
- 100g enoki mushrooms
- 100g shimeji mushrooms
- 100g leafy greens of your choice
- 8 prawns
- 200g slice salmon
- 100g Japanese crab sticks
- 200g slice pork belly
- To a soup pot add pork broth, water, soy sauce, cooking sake and mirin. Mix well and bring to boil.
- Stir in NutriSoy No Sugar Added Soya Milk. Bring to simmer and turn off the heat.
- To you hot pot add all the toppings to your preference. Put items like leeks daikon can cabbage in the bottom layer and seafood and meat items on top.
- Add soy miso broth, cover and let it simmer for 10 minutes, once the seafood and meat items are cooked the hot pot is ready to be served.