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Salmon Hot Pot, Step-by-Step

In this video, we demonstrate how to cook one of Japan's most popular hot pots, called Ishikari Nabe. Salmon is the star of this dish, which originated in Ishikari port on the far northern island of Hokkaido. Every year, salmon return to this area to swim up the Ishikari river to spawn, and for generations, local fishermen have been harvesting these glorious fish -- and cooking them in this hot pot. Please check out page 55 in our book for the full recipe. Enjoy!

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The Japanese have long believed that sharing a meal from a single pot forges closer relationships. Japan's beloved comfort food, hot pots, are a well-balanced and naturally nutritious bounty of vegetables, tofu, chicken, seafood, or meat, all infused with lip-smacking Japanese flavors. Japanese Hot Pots demystifies with more than fifty authentic recipes from across Japan. So gather your friends and family round the dinner table for these easy, economical, homey dishes that require minimal fuss and no special equipment — just a good appetite.