What Is Motsu-Nabe?
Motsu-nabe is a type of (hot) pot dish, which is made from beef or pork offal. A hot pot (nabe) is filled with soup, prepared beef or pork offal and boiled for a while; cabbage and garlic chives are added. The base soup is usually soy sauce with garlic and chili pepper, or miso. After eating offal and vegetables, champon noodles are often put into the pot and boiled to complete the dish.
Special way to eat at Shin-Sen-Gumi
We have 2 kinds of soup which are soy sauce based soup and spicy miso based soup.
Put cabbage, garlic, chives, chili pepper, tofu and 4 kinds of offal in our special soup base. It’s better not to open the lid until cabbage is soft enough. It must be hard to wait.
For soy sauce based soup, use our special yuzu kosho if you like.
After eating offal and vegetables, you can put champon noodles in the rest of the soup to complete. For miso based soup, we recommend zousui (Japanese risotto) too.