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Broccoli Yose Nabe

20 minutes

3 servings

Yosenabe is a Japanese soup dish named by combining of two words “Yose” which means “putting together” and “Nabe” for “cooking pot”. This Hokkaido-inspired easy peasy meal would be a hit for everyone who get to try it for the first time. Savor its complex flavors while enjoying its nutritional benefits that would make you repeat this meal as often as you want!

Broccoli Yose Nabe


  • 150 beef or pork belly strips (your call)

  • 5 gloves of minced garlic

  • 2 tbsp for frying the beef or pork belly strips

  • 2 tbsp coconut oil for sauteing (if needed only)

  • 1 small size chopped white onions

  • 300g trimmed broccoli

  • 2 peeled and sliced red apples

  • 1 peeled murcott (honey tangerine)

  • 3 tbsp Kikkoman Yose Nabe sauce for saute

  • 2 tbsp Kikkoman Yose Nabe sauce for marinade

  • 1 tsp oregano / basil dried and minced

  • 1 tsp powder blackpepper

  • pinch of chili powder (if you prefer spicy)

Nutritional Information

per serving

  • 777 Calories for 150g Pork belly

  • 103 Calories for 300g broccoli

  • 78 Calories x 2 for 2 apples

  • 56 Calories for 1 murcott

  • 82g Fat (pork + broccoli)

  • 14g Protein (pork belly)

  • 8.4g Protein (broccoli)

  • 1.6g Protein (apples)

  • 932mg Sodium (per 15ml)

Total of 1,014 calories


  1. Marinate the beef or pork belly strips on 2-3 tablespoon of Yose Nabe sauce for 5 mins. 

  2. Fry lightly the marinated meat on 2 tbsp of coconut oil.

  3. If you used beef, it will produce additional oil you can use for sauteing. Otherwise, you might need additional coconut oil for sauteing.

  4. Saute the onion and garlic respectively, together with the fried meat strips.

  5. Mix the broccoli, sliced apples and murcott.

  6. Pour 100ml of drinking water.

  7. Pour the 3 tbsp of Yose Nabe sauce.

  8. Sprinkle the pepper, oregano and chili powder (if desired) then stir occasionally.

  9. Simmer for 5 mins. Do not overcook.


Recipe by The Founder ;)

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