Hawaii Mom Blog: Hot Pot Broth and Nabe Kit by Foodland - Kahala Mkt




October 14, 2021

Hot Pot Broth and Nabe Kit by Foodland - Kahala Mkt

Disclosure: through the Foodland Ambassador Program, I received a complimentary gift card to purchase the products featured in this post.

Now that we're into the "cooler" months in Hawaii, it's the perfect time to make hot pot at home.  Kahala Mkt. by Foodland makes hot pot prep easy with its house-made Hot Pot Broth and Nabe Kits.

The Hot Pot Broth comes in a 32 ounce glass mason jar that is spill-proof and also reusable! 

The Nabe Kit comes with a generous variety of vegetables and glass noodles. Because I like meat in my hot pot, I purchased an additional tray of thinly sliced prime rib shabu shabu meat.

I was too lazy to set up my electric nabe pot, so I prepared the nabe on the stove in a regular pot. First I added the broth to the pot (I used half the bottle and added water to stretch it out) and brought it to a boil, and then I added the vegetables from the Nabe Kit, and tofu that I had in my refrigrator (an excellent non-meat protein source!).  When it looked like the vegetables were cooked, I added the noodles and meat, since those two items cook the quickest.  

It's important not to overcook the meat, because it gets tough, so once the pinkness in the meat disappeared, I removed the meat from the nabe and set it on the side. 

This hot pot meal was large enough for the hubby and I to share, and I still have half a bottle of hot pot broth to use for our next hot pot meal.  I can also use it as a broth for udon, ramen, or use it as a seasoning for stir-fry!  

On a side note, while shopping for the Hot Pot Broth and Nabe Kit at Kahala Mkt, I also picked up some fresh cut fruit (my sons love their fruit!), a slice of Pumpkin Crunch Pie (made by Foodland), Tate's Chocoalte Chip Cookies, and Milk Bar Chocolate Confetti Cookies!


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