Real Mongolian hot pot!
Stainless Steel Mongolian Hot Pot
to find item!
Invite guests to spear the food with a dipping fork and cook
briefly in the broth until cooked. (This may be the origins of Fondue)
Stainless Steel Lunch box set (great for camping)
3 pc lunch box set SUS 304 Stainless Steel
6 inch diameter by 3 inches tall
Made in Thailand (not China)
Item above does not include forks, but we have these...
Set of 6 stainless fondue forks 9.25 inches
Skimmer "Spider"Small 9" Long 2.25 inch inside diameter
Item #8851991052200 the tiny spider in picture above would work nicely with
Mongolian hot pot above. For skimming out veggies cooked in broth too small for
forks to pick up.
$89.99 Sale Price!! $49.99
Large Stainless Steel "Mongolian Style Pan"
- 1 chicken breast, 5 to 6 ounces
- 1 pound red snapper fillets
- 1/2 pound large fresh shrimp
- 1/2 pound Napa cabbage
- 1 bunch spinach
- 1/4 pound bean thread (dried vermicelli) noodles
- 4 cups chicken or vegetable stock
- 2 cups water
- 1 tablespoon Chinese rice wine or dry sherry
- 2 slices ginger
- 1 green onion
- Suggested Dips: (as needed)
- Dark soy sauce
- Light soy sauce
- Sesame paste
- Fermented bean curd (mashed)
- Hot chili oil
- Red rice vinegar
- Hoisin sauce
Cut the chicken and red snapper filets into thin slices. Rinse the shrimp
under warm running water and cut in half lengthwise.
Wash and shred the Napa cabbage and spinach. Soak the bean thread noodles in
hot water until softened.
Place the sliced chicken, shrimp, red snapper and the shredded vegetables on
separate platters on the table. Place the dipping sauces on the table in
small individual bowls. Make sure each guest has a complete place setting,
including a dipping fork (color-coded if possible) and a small bowl for
placing the cooked food.
On the stove, bring the broth and water with the rice wine to a boil, and
add the ginger and green onion. Transfer enough broth to the fondue pot or
hot pot so that the pot is approximately 2/3 - 3/4 full. (How much broth you
need will depend on the size of the pot). Place the pot on the burner, and
keep it simmering throughout the meal. Keep the remaining broth warming on
To serve, invite guests to spear the food with a dipping fork and cook
briefly in the broth until cooked, then dip the cooked food in the sauces as
Use a dipping basket to cook the vegetables in batches in the hot broth and
ladle out into the soup bowls.
Feel free to finish up the meal by poaching eggs or boiling vermicelli
noodles in the hot broth. (You may need to cook extra broth).
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stainless steel Mongolian hot pot! Although our Mongolian hot pot does not
come with any recipes we are sure you can search the Internet for lots of fun
Mongolian hot pot recipes.