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Here is a simple, easy-to-make, non-fishy salmon hot pot recipe

I/ Salmon Sour Bamboo Shoots Hot Pot Recipe

Salmon sour bamboo shoots hot pot is a familiar and relatively easy-to-make dish. First, prepare the following ingredients:

  • Salmon
  • Sour bamboo shoots: 0.5 kg
  • Tomatoes: 3 pieces
  • Pork bones: 0.5 kg
  • Hot pot vegetables: Chinese chives, water spinach, banana flowers, etc.
  • Aromatic herbs: scallions, dill, garlic, and cilantro
  • Seasonings: monosodium glutamate (MSG), fish sauce, broth powder, and chili sauce
  • Vermicelli, instant noodles, or glass noodles (optional)

Step1: Proceed with the ingredient preparation

  • To prevent the salmon from becoming fishy, rub it with salt and rinse it with white wine to remove the fishy taste.
  • Marinate the salmon with soup base powder, ginger, pepper, and dill to infuse flavor into the fish.
  • Cut the pork bones into small pieces and simmer them. While simmering, add a pinch of salt to help the bones cook faster, and skim off any impurities that float to the surface to clean the broth.
  • Rinse and chop the vegetables and aromatic herbs.
  • Slice the sour bamboo shoots into bite-sized pieces. You can also blanch them in boiling water for 1-2 minutes to remove any toxins.

Step 2: Cooking the Salmon Sour Bamboo Shoots Hot Pot

  • Heat the oil in a pot, sauté the garlic until fragrant, and then add the tomatoes to stir-fry.
  • When the tomatoes are soft, add the sour bamboo shoots and stir-fry for 1-2 minutes. Then pour in the prepared hot pot broth and add chili sauce to create an attractive color for the hot pot broth.
  • In the same pot, briefly sear the marinated salmon and then place it into the hot pot to simmer for 10 minutes. Season the broth to taste.
  • When serving, arrange the various vegetables around the hot pot, add scallions, dill, and enjoy!

It’s quite simple, isn’t it? Take notes so you can impress your family and friends with your salmon sour bamboo shoots hot pot cooking skills!

II/ Spicy and Sour Salmon Hot Pot Recipe

The ingredients for cooking spicy and sour salmon hot pot are quite simple and easy to find. You can refer to the following:

  • Salmon
  • Tomatoes: 3 pieces
  • Fresh chili peppers: 5 pieces
  • Shiitake mushrooms: 20g
  • Tamarind: 2 pieces
  • Pineapple (fragrant variety): ½ piece
  • Pork bones: 0.5 kg
  • Hot pot vegetables: Chinese chives, banana flowers, water spinach, etc.
  • Aromatic herbs: scallions, dill, lemongrass, garlic, cilantro
  • Seasonings: monosodium glutamate (MSG), fish sauce, broth powder, chili sauce, etc.
  • Fresh vermicelli noodles: 1 kg

Step 1: Prepare the Ingredients

  • After cleaning the salmon, marinate it with fish sauce and pepper for about 30 minutes to allow the flavors to infuse into the fish.
  • Rinse the vegetables and let them drain.
  • Core the tomatoes and slice the tamarind.
  • Simmer the pork bones for about 30 minutes, skim off any impurities to make the broth cleaner.
  • Crush the lemongrass, finely chop it, and tie half of it into a bundle.

Step 2: Cooking the Spicy and Sour Salmon Hot Pot

  • Sauté garlic and lemongrass until fragrant, then add half of the tomatoes and shiitake mushrooms, stir-fry until soft, then transfer them to a plate.
  • In the same pot, pan-sear the salmon on both sides until golden.
  • Pour the tomato sauce into the broth, then add the prepared lemongrass bundle, chopped chili peppers, remaining tomatoes, tamarind, pineapple, and season to taste.

Now, the dish is ready. The yellow color of the tomato sauce blends with the sour and spicy taste of the broth and the rich flavor of the salmon, creating a delicious and aromatic salmon hot pot.

III/ How to Make Japanese-Style Salmon Hot Pot

If you’re passionate about Japanese cuisine, you can’t miss out on salmon hot pot, originating from the northern regions of this country, where the climate is cold. Let’s discover how to make this dish with KINGFISH.

Ingredients:

• Salmon
• Shrimp: 200g
• Squid: 300g
• Scallop: 500 – 800g
• Hot pot vegetables: Choy sum, bok choy, watercress, and onions.
• Various mushrooms: shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, and reishi mushrooms.
• Miso paste, Ponzu dipping sauce, Japanese soy sauce, Mirin rice wine.

Step 1: Prepare the Ingredients

  • Rinse the salmon, prepare it as instructed, and marinate it.
  • Clean the shrimp and remove the shells.
  • Rinse the squid and cut it into bite-sized rings. Marinate the squid with a bit of sake to remove any fishy smell before cutting.
  • Soak the scallops in water to remove sand and detach the shells.
  • Rinse the choy sum, bok choy, watercress, and onions, then chop them into small pieces and let them drain.
  • Trim the stems of the shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, and reishi mushrooms. Rinse them and let them drain.
  • Peel the onions, rinse them, and cut them into bite-sized pieces.

Step 2: Cooking the Japanese-Style Salmon Hot Pot

  • Place a pot on the stove and bring water to a boil.
  • Once the water is boiling, reduce the heat and add 3 teaspoons of Mirin rice wine to the pot. Then use a strainer to dissolve 3 teaspoons of miso paste in the water, and add 3 teaspoons of broth powder. When the water comes back to a boil, add the onions and turn off the heat.
  • Prepare the Ponzu dipping sauce: Mix 1 teaspoon of yuzu citrus juice, 2 teaspoons of Mirin rice wine, 1 teaspoon of Japanese soy sauce, and 1/2 teaspoon of chili.
    Now, pour the hot pot water into the pot. Arrange the choy sum, mushrooms, and seafood on a plate, and dip them into the hot pot when you want to eat. While dipping, use the Ponzu dipping sauce for extra flavor. Enjoy your Japanese-style salmon hot pot!

IV/ Conclusion

KINGFISH has shared with you 3 ways to cook salmon hot pot, and we hope that you can successfully prepare these dishes to treat your family and friends. Don’t forget to follow KINGFISH to share and learn new recipes, making your family meals more diverse.