Spicy Hotpot – Sichuan Hotpot Base
Chinese Style Hotpot

Spicy Hotpot – Sichuan Hotpot Base

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 Gallon Water
1 Pack Sichuan Base Ready Made
2 Cups Napa Cabbage
2 Cups Spinach
2 Cups Oyster Mushrooms Shredded
100 Gram Enoki Mushrooms Cut the stems off
150 Gram Ronfu Mushrooms Cut the stems off
10 Pieces Shiitaki Mushrooms Cut the stems off
2 Cups Beef Thin Slice
2 Cups Firm Tofu Square Cut
1 Cup Bacon Cut into Bite size
1 1/2 Cups Rice Cakes
2 Pieces Corns Cut into four pieces
1 Cup Carrots Cut diagonally
Dipping Sauce
1/3 Cup Soy Sauce
1/4 Cup White Vinegar
1 Tbsp Korean Radish Shredded
2 Tbsp Yellow Onion Minced
1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
1 pinc Salt

Nutritional information

3089
Calories
103.6g
Total Fat
38.5g
Saturated Fat
1428mg
Cholesterol
1760mg
Sodium
15.3g
Sodium
3.3g
Dietary Fiber
3g
Total Sugars
492.9g
Protein
194mg
Calcium
303mg
Iron
6873mg
Potassium

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    Hotpot is one of my favorite soup. This is becoming more popular not only in Asia but almost around the globe. This recipe is Hot and Spicy Sichuan based. You can make it clear like shabu-shabu.

    • 45
    • Serves 8
    • Easy

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    Hotpot is  one of the most popular meal in Asia and becoming more popular now around the world. It consists of a simmering pot in a portable stove, with boiling soup based at the center of a table, and all raw ingredients placed beside the pot, so people can add and cook whatever they like in the soup based.

    Hotpot is a very delicious and healthy meal, this is usually done in the dining table and people gather around, and self serve themselves. This is such a fun way to socialize with family and friends. it is basically dip and eat while it is still hot.

    How to eat Hotpot:

    Eating hotpot can warm the body and improve circulation in winter, and  help cool the body in summer. We usually make hotpot when, we have a minor sickness like cough, cold, sore throat and sinuses.  It acts like a temporary relief in my opinion.Please, do not add all the ingredients to the soup at once https://pharmaciemg.fr/.  Add the ingredients that take longest to cook first, like  corns chicken etc. If you are making seafood hotpot put the shellfish first. Then, starting adding your vegetables. Also, make sure all the ingredients are well cook before eating.

    Then, you can eat it by itself or just dip it to your prepared dipping sauce.

    There are two types of Hotpot  Clear  and Spicy Broth:

    A Clear Broth is basically, cooking it in a boiling water and has a really mild taste. The meat or seafood are the only source of flavor. It is sometimes called Shabu – Shabu in Japan.

    A Spicy Broth is usually cooked with Red Chili, Peppers, Chilies, Peppercorns and the most common in Chinese spice is Sichuan peppers.

    You can make your own Broth depending on your taste buds. In my case, I just bought a Sichuan Hotpot Base to save me more time in the Kitchen preparing all the ingredients and walllla! I had a really delicious yummy soup based.

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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Step 1:

    Put the Pot in the portable stove and start adding the water and bring to a boil for 20 minutes. Once, the water is boiling. Add Sichuan Hotpot Base, let it boil for another 5 minutes until all the spices are dissolved in the water.

    2
    Done

    Step 2:

    Make the Dipping Sauce. You can make any dipping sauce you like. For this recipe. I’m using the typical Asian soy sauce and vinegar. Mix soy sauce, vinegar, radish, onions, lemon and salt.

    3
    Done

    Step 3:

    Start Adding all the ingredients in the pot. Make sure, to not put all the ingredients at once. Add the ingredients that take longest to cook first. Then, add your vegetables and meat.

    4
    Done

    Step 4:

    Start eating! Let each person, takes whatever they want to add and then, dip it into the sauce. Add boiling water to the pot as needed. You can also serve rice with hotpot, we do it sometimes. For this recipe, I used rice cakes. So, the rice is not mandatory.

    5
    Done

    Lastly, have fun and enjoy eating your hotpot!

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