Taro Meat Ball 450g
Taro Meat Ball 450g
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You can make Shabu Shabu at home! Also known as a hotpot in Chinese cuisine, this Japanese method of cooking is a cook-and-eat-at-the-table dining experience.
What's great about this dining concept is that it's doable to recreate at home. All you need are a few specialized equipment and ingredients to make your dining experience just as delicious at home as it is at a restaurant.
The equipment you need to make shabu shabu at home is usually a specialized pot that commonly has sectioned parts in the pot itself. This is placed over a flame or heating pad to keep the pot and its contents hot and the broth simmering while you're eating. This simmering soup effectively cooks your ingredients.
If you're new to the shabu shabu eating experience, you can start off with or choose from this list of common hotpot ingredients:
- Thinly-sliced meat (beef and/or pork)
- Seafood (fish fillets, shrimps, crab legs, etc)
- Meatballs (squid balls, fish balls, crab balls, beef balls, etc.)
- Hearty greens (bokchoy, napa cabbage, etc)
- Fresh mushrooms (shiitake, enoki, button, etc.)
- Carrots, camote, and other root crops
- Noodles (sotanghon, vermicelli, etc) and steamed rice
- Sauces and dipping sauces
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