Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Shabu Shabu


We're making good use of the electric skillet that I bought! We had this shabu shabu the other night. 


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Landon first made a dashi-type broth with a little bit of spiciness to it. He added the vegetables in first. 
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And then the meat. I got these at Marukai. 
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I busted out all the different sauces that we had in stock to use as dipping sauces along with a couple concoctions that Landon created. 
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I used about four different ones myself. No egg this time.
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14 comments:

Kalin's Mommy said...

Oooh, yum!

jalna said...

Mich, you like borrow my pot?

Kay said...

I just had breakfast and I'm salivating over these photos!

Lorna Nishimitsu said...

Oh, those konyaku (sp?) noodles look so good.

Honolulu Aunty said...

Looks SO ono! And the sauces!!!! I like come over to eat! btw, the eggs you shared from Waimanalo was good!! I fried 'em instead of eating raw. Maybe I have to cook shabu shabu too and try it as a dip.

K and S said...

looks good!

Mark Shelby said...

OMG!......YUMMERS!

Cloudia said...

Nicely done! Now I stay hungry

jalna said...

Thanks, Kay.

Lorna, I think that was my favorite part.

Aunty, eating the eggs as a sukiyaki dip was the rawest I've had um.

Thanks Kat.

It was good, Mark!

Thanks Cloudia!

Susan said...

I love your Japanese dipping bowls. I tried to get my brother to buy me some nice ones in Japan but he got me this slate looking manly kind. Forget it, I'll just have to get them myself. At first look I thought you were eating at a restaurant. Looks so oishii!

jalna said...

Ahahahahaha, funny about your bowls, Susan. I buy a lot at the swap meet . . . too many in fact.

Leslie's pics said...

uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu konyaku noodles....yummmm! I want Landon and Wendell to come live with me.

jalna said...

My favorite too, Les!

Erick said...

Great idea, I going make shabu shabu too.