Thursday, October 8, 2009

Food Trip Friday---Oden



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!! ^_^



Note: This is a re-post for my Food Trip Friday entry. For Food trippers join us here. Chibugan na!!! \(^0^)/

26 comments:

shydub said...

Hai clang pwedi pakainin mo nlng ako ang hirap yata ng mga ingredients waaaa. you know ipinanganak na may kakambal na lazy bug lol. Ang sarap ng oden mo clar, pang all yummy food in one. drooling.

♥Willa♥ said...

Sama ako kay Mommy Shy, pakain na lang pwede, dami kasi ingridients,parang hirap naman, kaya sa madali lang kami, ang kumain! lol!
FoodTripFriday

Mom of Four said...

Ang sarap naman niyan, sarap humigop ng sabaw, penge naman!

chubskulit said...

Another sumptuous japanese entry.. Ang galing galing mo na magluto Clang..

For a sumptuous Friday!

Jane said...

Yummy.

Dee said...

Interesting dish! :)

r u s s said...

What are those round stuff there that's looks close to a cylinder? Sorry for the description, couldn't think of more appropriate words.Ü

I would eat that. It looks really healthy and good for someone who's on a diet.Ü

Clarissa said...

@Mommy Shy and Mommy Willa:It's really easy to cook oden,all you have to do is cut the ingredients and prepare the hotpot and wait till it's done!
@Mommy Liza:Mas tasty ang sabaw ng oden the second day kaya pag nagluto ako ng oden,pang maramihan at matipid pa lol!!
@Ate Rose:Thanks po,tsambahan lang yan lol!^_^
@Jane:Thanks for the compliment!
@Dee:Yap,one of Japan's comfort foods on cold days.
@Russ:It is called chikuwa( fish cake),it is made of fish paste with seasonings and wrapped around a bamboo stick and steamed which makes it a tube like as finished product.

Thank you all so much for dropping by!!Have a blessed weekend to everybody!!^_^

Jac said...

Yummy ang Onden lalo na during winter...

Happy weekend :p

Meikah said...

Oh yum!! Will try this out one of these days. Thanks for introducing us to Japaneses food and cooking. :)

My FTF entry is here.

Lulu said...

naku parang di ko kilala mga ingredients... pwede makikain nalang?

Anya said...

pwede pa ba humabol sa list ng makikikain? sama din ako...

luna miranda said...

may natitira pa ba?:P

this looks perfect in our kind of weather here.

Dhemz said...

oh mama mia...kalami ba ani mami Clang....arrange man kaau ang mga putahi....never had oden before.....

super galing mo talaga...bait naman ni MIL....you are so lucky....and hubby is so lucky to have you....

thanks for sharing......so yummy!

woi, thanks for visiting....been so hectic lately....we had a quiz earlier....and I have an upcoming midterm...oh dear...hehehe...

honga pala, when are you planning to visit the PI....plan pala namin don mag new year...sana...hehehe!

san pala kau this weekend?

Seiko said...

looking @ your oden here I can smell the freezing wind comin' by so fast...winter na naman & oden is just a perfect food...pampainit ng katawan.Have a great weekend!Kailan ang balik mo galing sa bukid ng tralala?Gonna miss you too!Hugs!:D

payatot said...

dumadaan daan ako aling clarissa, salamat sa dalaw mo. salamat din sa luto mo kasi kahit man lang sa picture e nakakakain ako nyan, sana sa totoong luto matikman ko yan. ang sarap kasi tignan parang katakam takam.

Bambie dear ★ said...

hisashiburi lol.. ang galing mo naman. Madami ka na talaga alam na lutong japanese. Iba nga siguro talaga kapag nakasama mo inlaws sa bahay. Anyway, yung teacher ko naman pagdating sa kitchen ay yung mother in law ng mommy ko. Sa kanya ko lang natutunan mga japanese menu ko (as if nman ang dami ko alam lutuin).. yung mga recipes mo, laking tulong sa kin nyan if ever

kittykat said...

weeehhh..that looks delicious Mommy Clang.kaya lang di pa ako nakatry niyan..how i wish I'd learn to make that..kasi mahal ng Japanese resto dito sa Davao..dollars..

eden said...

looking so yummy, mommy clarss.. di pa ako nakatikim ng ganyan. sana mayron pa dyan...hehehe

have a good weekend
hugs to the kids

♡Grace Draper♡ said...

palaging busy ang beauty mo jan

Ms. Marie said...

just passing by. nice blog you have here! :]

leilanie

Meryl (proud pinay) said...

hi sis, wow mukhang masarap yan ah at healthy pa...sarap din humigop ng mainit na sabaw.^_^ ang swerte naman ng hubby mo sis. I'm sure masarap kang magluto ^_^

Meryl (proud pinay) said...

hi sis, pahabol pala^_^ kada bumi-visit me here naiingganyo akong sumali sa Food Trip Friday kaya sumali me.heheh.

eds said...

grabe nman yang recipe mo.. parang hirap gawin.. jusmio ang swerte mg mister mo ha

Yami said...

Looks delicious ha. ang tagal ko na last nakakain ng hotpot na puro gulay ang laman spinach lang naaalala ko at some seafoods na halo.

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