Bone Broth Shabu Shabu - Korean Style Beef and Mushroom Hotpot
Bone Broth Shabu Shabu Hotpot
Ever had one of those days or nights when you want to prep something exciting for the family?
This Shabu Shabu hotpot will have you licking your lips
Traditionally, Shabu-shabu is a Korean hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in water and served with dipping sauces and the food is cooked piece by piece by piece while sitting around the table.
This is an easy recipe because we've got all the flavours captured in our Asian Inspired Chicken Bone Broth or Beef Pho Bone Broth
500g thinly sliced beef
1 small chilli, thinly sliced
500ml Beef Bone Broth or Beef Pho Bone Broth
1 cup bean sprouts
50g oyster mushrooms, torn
50g Shiitaki Mushrooms, thinly sliced
100g enoki mushrooms
4 spring onions, thinly sliced
Bring the Bone Broth to the boil and add to a heat proof bowl.
In seperate bowls add the thinly sliced beef, mushrooms and spring onions and ladled with the steaming fragrant broth. The meat will cook in the heat of the broth so make sure it's sliced very thinly.
If your wanting to enjoy a traditional Shabu Shabu. Sit around the table and have fun dipping each ingredient piece by piece, cooking as you go.
Serve topped with the bean sprouts, some more spring onions and enoki mushrooms.
Serve the chillies on the side for those who like their spice