Sunday, February 3, 2008

Everybody Go Hot Pot

Dinner date: February 2, 2008
Today Hong Kong has only 8°C. Everybody go hot pot. All hot pot restaurants are fully booked. We have therefore decided to DIY at home. Our electric rice cooker becomes our hot pot. Here's our five course hot pot dinner:

  • Canadian Angus sliced beef
  • Assorted meat balls
  • Beancurd
  • Vegetable
  • Noodle

After all, we made a cup of Japanese tea. Nothing is better than something hot in a cold winter night.

Canadian Angus Beef 加拿大安格斯肥牛



Enjoy home-made hot pot with a smiling face
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2 comments:

Mely (mimk) said...

Hello,
I am glad, I found your blog since chinese food is one of my favorites.
I got a question on this Hot Pot.
What is the liquid on the pot? Is it broth or just plain water?

I hope you answer, thanks.

Anna said...

Hi Mely

Likewise, I'm glad that you like my blog. I always use plain water or chicken broth. But in Hong Kong restaurants, they used almost any kind of soup base, like tomato, spicy and so on.