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Shabu-shabu – a must try Japanese dish

  • Jun 24, 2015
  • by Alina

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Shabu-shabu is a Japanese hot-pot meal, where thin slices of beef are quickly cooked in boiling water. The name ‘Shabu’ is derived from the sound that is produced when ingredients are swished in the hotpot.
Several people share from the same hot pot, using large chopsticks to put food onto their own plates. Smaller chopsticks are then used to eat the freshly cooked food.
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The dish is originally made with thinly sliced beef, but some restaurants also offer crab, chicken, lamb, duck, or lobster. Ingredients other than meat such as tofu and vegetables, including cabbage, onions, carrots and mushrooms are also put into the hot pot and eaten. These are usually cooked longer than the meat. In some places, udon noodles may also be served.
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The dish is prepared by putting a thin slice of meat or vegetable in a pot of boiling water and stirring it. Once the meat has turned a light pink, it is usually dipped in shabu-shabu sauce, ‘ponzu’ or ‘goma’ (sesame seed) and eaten alongside steamed white rice.
After finishing eating the meat and vegetables, the leftover broth from the pot is combined with rice, resulting in a soup. The soup is meant to be enjoyed last, after it sweetened naturally from cooking all the beef and vegetables. Japanese typically add cooked rice to the remaining broth, seasoned with a bit of soy sauce and pouring a beaten egg over the rice.If you’re looking for an authentic Japanese dining experience, share a hotpot with your family or fiends and try the deliciousness of Shabu Shabu. You won’t be disappointed.
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