Japanese people think of hot pots when they think of winter. It’s a staple dish of Japanese cuisine.
Hot pot is a food you can’t live without in the winter!
You can eat vegetables, seafood and meat all in the same dish.
Seafood is the main ingredient of a Japanese style hot pot so enjoy the soup!
The Japanese hot pot is a dish that originated in sumo stables.
Sumo is a sport that’s popular around the world!
The “chanko” hot pot that sumo wrestlers eat is full of nutrition!
Western-style hot pot
For hot pots with curry as the soup, put cheese on top like a risotto instead of adding rice at the end!
This hot pot features a clam chowder soup and is packed with oysters!
A creamy hot pot with potatoes in a corn potage soup!
This is a hot pot with an Italian flavor.
An Italian-style hot pot.
You can also add pasta!
Chinese-style hot pot
A Chinese-style hot pot full of dumplings!
This Chinese-style hot pot, available with two different types of soup, also has an aesthetic affect!
A hot pot’s flavor is determined by its soup.
The flavor of the soup can range from a light Japanese-style to a creamy Western-style.
Try and find a flavor you like!