Botan nabe

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Botan nabe

Botan nabe (ぼたん鍋, wild boar stew) is a Japanese dish made with meat from wild boars. The name comes from the appearance of the meat as it is arranged before cooking. It looks like the flower "Botan (牡丹)" (English: peony). Another name for this food is Inoshishi-nabe (猪鍋). [1]

Ingredients[change | change source]

It has a lot of ingredients: boar meat, vegetables, root vegetables, mushrooms, konyaku, fu, and tofu.

References[change | change source]

  1. Hyogo Tourism Guide, "Botan-Nabe"[permanent dead link]. Retrieved 2012-6-13.

Other websites[change | change source]

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