Wednesday, June 13, 2018

nimono -

Nimono ( ?) Is a stew dish in Japanese cuisine. Nimono generally consists of basic ingredients boiled in shiru broth and seasoned with sake, soy sauce, and a little sweetener. Nimono is boiled in shiru for a certain period of time until the liquid is absorbed into the base material or evaporates.

The ingredients for making nimono are usually made up of vegetables, fish, seafood, or tofu, whether made separately or in combination. Shiru broth for nimono is generally dashi. In addition to sake and soy sauce, broth can be seasoned with mirin, sugar, salt, vinegar, miso, or other spices. Closed pan is used in making nimono to spread heat evenly throughout the ingredients during the boiling process.