13 Tips for a delicious steamboat meal
13 tips for a delicious steamboat meal
#1 Do not double dip
#2 Get a chicken-based stock
#3 Avoid stuffing too many ingredients in at once
#4 Use separate utensils for raw and cooked food
#5 Put the vegetables in first
#6 Pick up all the pieces of meat
#7 Do not take the food that others cooked for themselves
To avoid such a situation, place the meat in the ladle and lower it into the soup to let it cook. The meat will not float away, and others who have seen you doing this will know that that is yours. Unless it has been determined at the beginning of the meal that all food that goes into the soup is shared, it is best to avoid ‘stealing’ someone else’s food.
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#8 Ask if everyone is okay with pouring an egg into the soup
#9 Offer your friends food
#11 ‘Wash’ your chopsticks
#13 Eat slowly!
Having steamboat usually happens when a group of friends or family gather to catch up and to enjoy a meal together. Rushing through your meal not only makes you seem impatient, but it may seem as though you cannot wait to leave. Talk, laugh and enjoy the entire meal together, especially during this festive period. It’s definitely a meal worth going slow for.
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