I made a vegetable hotpot that resembles a beautiful bouquet. As the weather gets colder, I think of hot food. It’s made with readily available vegetables, but it looks and tastes really good. You can add or change any vegetables you want. After eating all the vegetables, the soup made from the vegetables tastes very good. It is delicious when you boil noodles in the broth.
6g Sea tangle
2g (0.7tsp) Salt
✤ Dipping sauce
Hot chili sauce
Peanut sauce (sugar-free)
– Vegetables are more plentiful and beautiful when rolled in three layers rather than two.
– Instead of kelp water, you can use meat broth or pickled water.
– Vegetarians can omit meat.
– Peanut sauce uses 100% peanut paste without additives.
1. 500ml Water, 6g Sea tangle. Add kelp and boil (10 minutes on medium heat), 2g (0.7 tsp) Salt. Remove the sea tangle. Chicken broth and vegetable broth available.
2. Carrot, slice the carrots thinly. After connecting the carrots in 2-3 layers, tight at the beginning, loose at the end. Radish, slice the radish thinly. Roll it the same way as carrots. Bok choy, cut the leaves and disguise yourself as a tulip. Enoki Mushroom, cut the enoki mushrooms into lengths of radish and carrots. Thinly sliced beef, fold the top part outward about 5mm.
3. After rolling loosely, disguise as a rose by spreading the upper part. Bean Sprouts, place bean sprouts on the bottom of the pot. Onion, thinly slice the onion. Put it on top of the bean sprouts, then flatten it out. Mix and display the vegetables as if arranging flowers, now put the enoki mushrooms in between. Finally, garnish with bok choy leaves.
4. Because a lot of water comes out of the vegetables, pour in only 1/3 of the broth. Prepare the sauce for dipping while it cooks. Peanut sauce (sugar free). Hoisin sauce, hot chili sauce. Bubble bubble, the sound that warms your body just by listening to it. Check that the beef is well-cooked and turn off the stove. The elegant bouquet has lost its shape, but it is edible and beautiful. Wow~ It’s a good taste that doesn’t pretentiously, and it’s warm like a hearth.