[Rice Cooked with Broccoli]

Broccoli is a popular ingredient in salads and as a hot vegetable. Broccoli is one of the most abundant and well-balanced vegetables in terms of nutrients, including carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. It is one of the best foods to eat when you feel that you are lacking in vegetables.

One of the easiest ways to eat broccoli whole is in takikomi gohan. Simply cook broccoli with the root cut off in the center of a pot containing 2 cups of white rice, an appropriate amount of water, 2/3 teaspoon consommé, and a little butter (the root can be stir-fried, such as fried rice). When the broccoli is cooked, mix it in as you cut it, and the broccoli will fall apart and look very tasty. If you like, you can also add a little drizzle of soy sauce and butter.

Suzuki's Hagama Rice Pot is the ultimate rice pot, created by a Banko ware craftsman who has studied heat-resistant ceramics and earthenware for over 50 years, with the sole purpose of "cooking delicious rice" in mind. Why not cook your favorite rice in a hagama that looks like something out of a Japanese folktale? Due to the unavailability of raw materials, the specifications will be changed or sales will be discontinued as soon as the manufacturer's stock runs out. We hope you will consider this product as soon as possible.

Suzuki's Hagama Rice Pot

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