Friday, December 3, 2010

Home-made Shabu-Shabu

It's time of the year where Hot Pot Soup (Shabu-Shabu) is in season. In Taipei, mostly the restaurants offer Eat All You Can. I decided to make my own, since I have my own electric stove as shown above. The only difference is the sauce. I only have wasabi in soysauce.

Well, some of the flavored ingredients were bought that way. The base soup is just like hot water and I added some seasonings (any of your choice). For the vegetables, I have string mushroom and romaine lettuce.


It's really a comfort food for me, yum!

16 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

This looks very tasty. Soups are really the answer in this cold weather we are having at the moment. Diane

maiylah said...

yummy! we love eating at the shabu-shabu restaurant at the mall! i guess it's time we pay them a visit. :)

Kristin said...

That looks really good. There is not nothing more comforting that a pot of hot soup cooking on a cold winter day.

Luna Miranda said...

you're quite creative in the kitchen! i love shabu-shabu---it's a great get-together feast.:p

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

My first time to experienced Shabu-Shabu was at Tong Yang Chinese resto at Megamall.

anniebakes said...

I have never heard of this, sounds good!! thanks for sharing, anne

imriz said...

wished i could try shabu shabu, looks delicious...am tempted!

life's journey said...

Oh boy i will be hungry again just finished eating...

Clarissa said...

It's pricey to eat shabu-shabu at restaurant--mas masarap pag homemade talaga^_^


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MommyLES said...

wow, ang sarap naman ng mga nakapost dito nakakagutom, gawa din ako minsan nito.

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Lui said...

sarap! that close up shot is so mouthwatering.. hubby and I usually have this every week with friends. comfort food nga.

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Miz Helen said...

Hi Lani,
Your Shabu-Shabu looks so good. Thank you for sharing your recipe and have a good week end.

RyHeAnNe said...

Sarap naman nito hope to try it someday.

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cheerful said...

really looks yummy and i am sure you enjoyed putting all the ingredients one by one...i love the soup but not so spicy for me please! happy friday!

carlota said...

that is looks yummy!

comfycook said...

I got caught up looking at the photos of many of your recipes. It is not only, that they are attractive, it is the interest that they bring to the reader. Great job.

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