Have you ever eaten Motsu(giblets) of chicken ?
I love it.
In Japan, sometimes it is eaten as a Yakitori,
but a stewed Motsu with Miso* is more popular.
*Miso = a fermented soybean paste, one of the general seasonings in Japan
The ingredients is different from each restaurant and house.
This stewed Motsu is including carrot, japanese white radish(Daikon), burdock*, onion, Kon-nyaku* and Motsu.
*burdock = one of the root crop rich in dietary fiber
*Kon-nyaku = a gelatinous food made from devil's-tongue starch
It is interesting to try to eat various stews of Motsu at various restaurants in Japan.
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