집 샤브샤브 (Home Shabu Shabu)

We tend to eat Shabu Shabu at home often! Especially on a cold day. The best part about ShabuShabu at home is that you can dig into the fridge and put whatever you want. It’s a good way to get rid of vegetables thats been sitting in the fridge.

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Overview of the ingredients. I personally like to eat the vegetables over the meat. We also have scallops and tofu that we’re going to add along with the meat.

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We have beansprouts, zucchini, onion, mushroom, spinach, cabbage…so on!

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High quality meat makes all the difference!

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For the broth, we have the basic Korean broth (kelp, anchovies, radish boiled together). To this, we added some clams! These are Manila clams, I believe.

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We usually can’t wait so once there is a rolling boil, we add all the vegetables!

For sauce, I usually have an Asian Chili sauce that I buy. My mom prefers this sesame seed sauce. Sometimes I like to mix soy sauce with a bit of lemon (bootleg Ponzu sauce).

Have you tried Shabu Shabu at home? What is your favorite ingredient to add?

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