Tracy says: It's so funny but I don't know the formal name for this dish. My mom just called it the chicken and cabbage pot (Tori to kyabetsu no nabe).
In 6 cups of water, make stock from party wings. You can boil as long as you like. You can skim off the fat. Then get 1 lb of lean ground chicken. Add 1 egg and add just enough bread crumbs so you can easily make meatballs. Add salt and white pepper to taste. Add to the chicken stock. You can keep the wings/drummettes in the pot if you like. Get 1 head of cabbage and core. Cut cabbage into strips. Boil meatballs until cooked and then add the cabbage in the last 10 minutes. Put pot on the table with ladle. Use "Ajipon" ponzu sauce (it is now available in regular supermarkets or any Asian market will carry) as a dipping sauce. It is so good and (heart)warming on a cold winter night!! If you take out the wings and skim the fat, it is virtually a no fat recipe!