A taste of home in Iwate Prefecture, which is cooked by “tearing and tossing”
This is a kind of hot pot made of flour dumplings, which are kneaded, rolled out, torn into small pieces by hands and tossed into the pot, simmered with seasonal vegetables in a dashi soup. The dashi and ingredients differ depending on the seasons, but fresh water fish and crabs, chickens, and mushrooms are usually used. The origin of the name came from how the dumplings are torn by hands “hittsumu” in Iwate’d dialect. It is also called “tottenage” “hatto” “kiripatto” in other areas. This smooth and warm hot pot is a taste of hometown for all the generations.