Cast Iron Japanese Hot Pot With Wooden Lid
Do you shabu-shabu? Master a popular Japanese meal – thinly sliced meat and bite-sized veggies cooked in steaming hot broth – in the cookware that was made for it. Made from solid cast iron, this hot pot heats up on the stovetop or in the oven (lid off, please) and retains heat over time; use it for noodle dishes, sukiyaki, soups, curries, stews and, of course, shabu-shabu! The lid is made from cypress preserved with the traditional Japanese method of yakisugi – wood is slightly charred to make it waterproof, fire retardant and singular in appearance.Sparks Joy The name shabu-shabu comes from the “swish swish” sound of ingredients cooking in the simmering broth – an example of onomatopoeia. Word nerd alert!
7.75" Dia x 3" H