Friday, February 19, 2016

Steamboat Recipe #Hotpot #Stew #Recipe #ChineseFood

This is what I love about blogging, aside from meeting a lot of friends you will also get information from other co-bloggers.

In a syndication we have with one of my Facebook group --- Bloggers Worldwide I encounter this recipe and I was planning to have this in my meal planner.


Originated to several East Asian varieties of stew. A meal serve during dinner time. Consist of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table, where the pot is kept on simmering and ingredients like meat, vegetables, mushrooms, wontons, egg dumplings and/or  seafood are being cooked.

The cooked food is usually eaten with a dipping sauce.

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To prepare a quick and healthy recipe for my family, I learn how to plan weekly and eating meals at home is the best solution for a stay-at-home budget mom like me. I prefer food that are less expensive but higher in nutrients.

To a plan a healthy and balanced family meal can be done also by a time saver and/or even the busiest people in the planet. So have it prepare, to conserve time and money.

Photo credit to Spring Tomorrow

So here are the COMMON INGREDIENTS <---- Click this.

Today in many modern homes, particularly in a big cities in China, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, or even here in the Philippines, the traditional way of cooking steamboat in a coal-heated hot pot has been replaced by electric, propane, butane gas, or induction cooker.

Photo credit to Spring Tomorrow

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