Rice, clam miso soup, natto, broccoli, handmade dumplings
Rice (not pictured), clam miso soup, natto, mozuku seaweed, stir-fried vegetables, pork sauté
Tandoori chicken, lettuce, garlic sauté, butter-fried oysters, oyster pot
Kaki no Dotenabe is a local Hiroshima dish (nabe dish) in which oysters, tofu, and vegetables are simmered in miso paste around the pot .
Shellfish and vegetables simmered in miso are generally called
dotenabe'' ordotenabe style”, but originally raw oysters were used and Fuchu miso was placed around the inside of the pot like a bank. A hot pot dish made by coating it with oysters is called ‘Oyster Dotenabe’ or ‘Dotenabe’. (Quoted from Wikipedia)
Oyster hot pot on this day! It is lightly tailored with white miso instead of Fuchu miso. It goes well with ponzu and citrus. The leftover oysters were grilled! It’s delicious boiled or baked! Oysters are so nutritious that they are called the milk of the sea. It is also good for anemia prevention because it is rich in iron and zinc.