Warm You Up From the Inside Out! Hearty Miso Hot Pot

Warm You Up From the Inside Out! Hearty Miso Hot Pot

This is a spicy miso hot pot that uses gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste) to give it a spicy bite. Eat this on a cold night to warm yourself right up! It will give you energy!

Ingredients: 2 portions

Thinly sliced pork loin
200 g
Bean sprouts
1/2 bag
Shiitake mushrooms
Enoki mushrooms
1 bag
Onion (or scallions)
Cabbage (or Chinese nappa cabbage)
Garlic chives
1 bundle
Garlic and ginger
1 clove and 1 small piece each
Sesame oil
1 teaspoon
3 cups - 600ml
Bonito dashi stock granules
1 teaspoon
2 tablespoons
2 teaspoons
* Sugar
1 teaspoon
Udon or kishimen flat noodles (adjust to your liking)
To taste


1. Quickly boil your bean sprouts in already boiling water, remove with strainer toss out the water. (It will smell bad from cooking the bean sprouts)
2. Cut your other vegetables in easy to eat sizes.
3. Grate the garlic and ginger.
4. Put sesame oil and ingredients from Step 3 into the pot and heat.
5. Once you can smell the garlic and ginger add in the water and dashi soup stock, bring to a boil.
6. Add in the seasonings marked with * making sure they don't clump up.
7. Add in the ingredients that take longer to cook first, eat as they're done. January 1st, 2012: Updated the main photo.
8. Add in more dashi soup stock if you start to run low while eating.
9. Today I decided to have udon to end the hot pot. It's also delicious if you add rice and egg to make a porridge with the last of the hot pot soup!

Story Behind this Recipe

I took my family's usual miso hot pot and changed it up to make it spicy.