Chanko Nabe – Sumo Hot Pot

Chanko Nabe, a.k.a. ‘Sumo Stew’ is a popular style of eating hot pot hailing from Japan. It’s the food of choice for sumo wrestlers, thus the nickname. Vegetables, seafood and meat can be cooked in seasoned broth at the dinner table as you dine together.
We made our own chicken stock for this recipe, with varying assortments of vegetables and home-made meatballs to pair with the other hotpot ingredients! It’s easy for everyone, and perfect for a family gathering!
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Blanch chicken bones in boiling water for 5 minutes. Remove the bones and set aside.
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In a pot with water, add chicken bones,onion, garlic, ginger and spring onions. Bring to boil and simmer for at least 2 hours.
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Strain the stock and set aside,
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Lay out vegetables, mushrooms and tofu into the clay pot.
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Add 2 tbsp miso paste into claypot.
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Pour in chicken stock and bring to a simmer.
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In a bowl, mix minced chicken with egg, sliced spring onion, grated ginger, corn starch, soy sauce and white pepper powder. Mix well and marinate for 10 minutes.
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Spoon minced chicken into meatballs and add to hot pot.
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Bring to a boil and cover for 5 minutes.
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Serve with choice of seafood, slice meats and assorted vegetables..
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