I tried the "Spicy Miso Stewed Loin and Hot Pot Set Meal" sold at Matsunoya, Matsunoya, and Chicken Tei. The crunchy cutlet is combined with a little exotic spiciness to make the rice go on and warm it from the bottom of the stomach.
The spicy miso stewed loin and hot pot set meal is a seasonal menu that began selling in early February, and the hot pot with rice and miso soup is 650 yen (tax included).
From the name, I imagined a dish like "Katsu-boiled", but when I saw what actually came out, I laid extra-fine shredded cabbage on the bottom of the pot instead of binding it with eggs, and then poured the dashi stock on top of it. It is topped with freshly fried loin and sprinkled with miso soup stock, green onions and sesame seeds. The impression is that the Tokai region's "Miso-katsu" is used as a hot pot.
Loin and katsu are not very stewed, and they are crispy. First of all, when you grab it, it not only smells like miso, but also has a rich flavor and spiciness like Korean food using gochujang. The rice goes very well.
By the way, a soft-boiled egg is attached, and if you break the yolk part with chopsticks and eat it with a sword, you can enjoy a more mellow texture.
The dashi stock in the pot sucks shredded cabbage like a sponge, so you can pick it up with chopsticks and eat it as it is, or you can taste it with it.
By the time you finish eating, your body will warm up from the bottom of your stomach. It's a little sweaty in a well-heated store. It was a menu that made me want to eat a lot on a cold day.