Chicken Mizutaki (Hotpot) With A Pressure Cooker
Chicken Mizutaki (Hotpot) With A Pressure Cooker

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Mizutaki is a Japanese Chicken Hot Pot in which chicken, assorted vegetables, mushrooms, and tofu are cooked in a light kombu dashi broth. Like other hot pot dishes, Mizutaki is typically cooked communally at the table with a portable butane burner. It's a treat on a wintery day when you enjoy.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can have chicken mizutaki (hotpot) with a pressure cooker using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Chicken Mizutaki (Hotpot) With A Pressure Cooker:
  1. Take 200 to 300 grams Cut up chicken, or chicken thigh
  2. Make ready 3 Chicken wings (the middle section and tip)
  3. Get 1 your choice Vegetables
  4. Take 1 as much (to taste) Tofu, konnyaku
  5. Take 2 bags Udon noodles (for the 'shime ' or finish)
  6. Make ready 300 grams Cooked plain rice (for making porridge the next morning)
  7. Get 1 Water

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Steps to make Chicken Mizutaki (Hotpot) With A Pressure Cooker:
  1. Cut the chicken thighs into bite sized pieces, and the wings into 2 pieces. Pressure cook the wings in water for about 8 to 10 minutes. Leave to cool and de-pressurize naturally.
  2. While the wings are cooking, prep the other ingredients.
  3. Add the chicken thighs to the pressure cooker, and cook under pressure for 4 to 5 minutes.Leave to cool and de-pressurize naturally. Skim off the scum when you bring the water to a boil in the pressure cooker before you bring up the pressure, and later on when you transfer the chicken and liquid to the earthenware pot.
  4. Transfer the chicken and liquid to an earthenware pot (donabe).
  5. Add the other ingredients, cover with a lid and bring to a boil - and it's done! Try some with some of the soup + a little salt first…then with ponzu sauce and additions.
  6. Use shichimi spice or yuzu pepper or whatever you like as additions. The photo shows some fresh (moist) shichimi spice. We love it in our family.
  7. We like to make the 'shime' (the final course of a hotpot) by adding udon noodles to the leftover soup.
  8. I also used some of the leftover soup to make rice porridge, adding plain rice and and egg.

But Mizutaki is an even more perfect food for cold weather. Pressure cookers are perfect for cooking chicken quickly. Plus, your meat will be fall-apart tender. Chicken breasts with very thick parts may need an additional few minutes to cook. Be sure to check the cooked chicken with an instant-read thermometer to.

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