In my quest to eat more healthily this year, I’ve been cooking alot of fish dishes, like this Garlic-Lemon Mackerel and the Mango Salsa Salmon. I’ve also been looking up Japanese recipes as it uses less oil and is simple to prepare, and while browsing the internet the other day, I came across this recipe from Sumo Kitchen. What’s Tonyu Nabe, you ask. “Tonyu” is soy milk and “Nabe” means hot pot. Soup with soy milk? Will this taste like our Fish Bee Hoon?