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Nimono (Boiled Foods)

Nimono means foods that are boiled or poached and this includes nabemono or one-pot dishes.

Beef-Wrapped Green Bean Rolls Recipe star
Beef-Wrapped Green Bean Rolls Recipe Buy thin sliced beef cut for sukiyaki and turn them into these quick-cooking bundles that are economical and delicious.

Hijiki Nimono Recipe star
This is a typical Japanese simmered dish of carrots, aburage (fried tofu) and hijiki seaweed.

How to Cook Tako or Octopus Recipe star
This rubbery cephalopod can be tender and flavorful when prepared properly. It is easier to cook than one might think.

Japanese Beef Gyudon Recipe star
Gyudon is a donburi made with thinly sliced beef simmered in a soy sauce broth that is similar to the one used for sukiyaki. In a way, it tastes like sukiyaki on rice.

Japanese Braised Short Ribs Recipe star
Japanese Braised Short Ribs Recipe Slow oven braising tenderizes these meaty bones while bringing out the flavor from the marrow.

Nabeyaki Udon Recipe star
Served in a donabe or ceramic pot to help hold in the heat, thick udon noodles in broth are topped with a variety of ingredients including a raw egg that poaches in the broth.

Nikujaga Beef and Potato Stew Recipe star
A stew usually cooks for hours in order to tenderize tougher cuts of meat, but in this Japanese stew, the meat is thin and tender so it is ready to eat in a short amount of time.

Nishime Japanese Stew Recipe star
Nishime is a Japanese stew filled with lotus root, burdock, kelp and other delicious ingredients.

Shabu Shabu Recipe star
Literally meaning “swish-swish” or the sound made as you swish meats and vegetables in the simmering broth, shabu shabu is a table-top, cook-it-yourself dish that is entertaining and delicious.

Shoyu Chicken Recipe star
Cooking meat in shoyu can result in a salty, tough dish. But this chicken is briefly poached in a very light soy sauce marinade and is moist and flavorful.

Sukiyaki Recipe star
This iconic Japanese nabemono is a one-pot, cold weather meal, and diners share from the same dish.

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