Friday, March 6, 2009

Oden Hotpot

During my first year of marriage, I cook my oden hotpot using oden seasoning sold at supermarkets but thanks to my Mother-In-Law who taught me her homestyle way of making oden and now I'm cooking them with my own family. Here's the recipe of my homemade oden hotpot. You may add anything you want for your oden like hanpen ( fish cakes ) and or ganmodoki or atsuage ( fried tofu ). You may use oden seasoning sold at your favorite Asian stores instead of using A.

Ingredients: ( good for 4 persons )

daikon radish - 300g
potatoes - 4 pcs
boiled eggs - 4 pcs
konnyaku ( yam cake) - 1 block
chikuwa - 1 pack
dried kombu knots ( kelp ) - 4pcs soaked in water, discard the water afterwards
chicken legs - 8 pcs

A:

dashi - 900 ml water + 2 teaspoon instant dashi powder
soy sauce - 4 1/2 tablespoon
sugar - 2/3 tablespoon
mirin - ( japanese sweet cooking wine ) 2 1/3 tablespoon
salt - 2/3 teaspoon


1: Cut daikon into thick rounds. Leave potatoes in whole. Peel boiled eggs.

2: Cut other ingredients into large pieces.

3: Boil A in a large pot or hotpot.

4: Add ingredients into the pot starting with the chicken except for the chikuwa.

5: Turn down the heat to low and simmer for 40-60 minutes.

6: Please remember that the longer you cook oden, the better the taste.

7: Add chikuwa and or hanpen ( if you have them ) just before you eat them.


Serve with hot rice and salad. See, it's a quick, easy and warming dish best for cold months! Enjoy with beer!! ^_^

8 comments:

payatot said...

kagutuman time na naman itong post mo aling clarissa..masarap tikamn at palagay ko di ko pa sya talaga natitikman..hmmmm

frizzy_rein said...

haha kuya payatot parehas tayo mukhang masarap at hindi pa natitikman .. kung sakali ba ate clarissa ipagluluto mo kami ni kuya payatot niyan recipe mo? hmm.. umaabot ang amoy dito sa UK.. Tsalap!

Cecile said...

looks yummy, dear :-) i will try this if I can find the seasoning at the asian market :-)

Anzu's Mum said...

arigatou.. laking tulong mga recipes mo sa kin pero di pa ko masyado masipag magluto ngayon kasi u know kaya di ko pa na-ttry... pero na jot down ko na lahat ng recipes mo. Thanks ate mwah

Mom of Four said...

ikaw ba nagluluto ng mga to? parang sa restaurant mo lang yata kinuha mga pictures neto, sobrang sasarap tingnan eh, hehehe...

richard said...

Looks delicious, i love hot pot....

Have a nice day Clarissa, I hope your daughter is fine now....

Keep on smiling...

Dee said...

Hi Clarissa! :D

Mukhang masarap talaga itong Oden Hotpot mo. I've never tried hotpot before but it looks really yummy. One of these days I'll try this. Galing mo talaga. Dami mo nang alam na recipes.:D

Thanks a lot! Have a lovely day! :D

MyPreciouz said...

yummy!!! miss ko na ang japanese food.. i was in Japan last 2000~2001, then 2005~2006.. stayed in Nagoya and Yokohama, work related hehehe

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