Cookbook Thai Recipe

Thailand cookbook hot pot with clear soup ready to eat meal


  • 1 liter of chicken or vegetable broth
  • 200g of thinly sliced beef (you can also use chicken, pork, or seafood)
  • An assortment of fresh vegetables such as bok choy, Napa cabbage, mushrooms, and spinach
  • Glass noodles (optional)
  • Dipping sauces (like soy sauce, oyster sauce, chili sauce, or sesame sauce)


  1. Prepare the Broth: Start by bringing the chicken or vegetable broth to a boil in a hot pot or a large saucepan placed on a portable burner at the center of the table. You can season the broth with a little salt and pepper.
  2. Set Up the Table: Arrange the thinly sliced beef, fresh vegetables, and any other desired ingredients around the hot pot. Place a portable burner at the center of the dining table, and set the broth to simmer.
  3. Cook the Ingredients: Each diner selects a slice of beef and uses chopsticks or a fork to quickly swish the meat through the simmering broth until it changes color, which should take just a few seconds. You can cook the beef according to your preferred level of doneness (rare, medium, or well-done).
  4. Add Vegetables: In addition to beef, diners can add fresh vegetables like bok choy, mushrooms, Napa cabbage, or spinach to the simmering broth. These should only take a minute or two to cook.
  5. Noodles (Optional): If you’re using glass noodles, you can add them to the broth. They’ll cook quickly, usually in a few minutes.
  6. Dipping Sauces: While the ingredients cook, diners can prepare their own dipping sauces by mixing soy sauce, oyster sauce, chili sauce, sesame sauce, or other condiments of their choice.
  7. Serve: Once the ingredients are cooked to your liking, remove them from the broth and dip them in your favorite sauces. Enjoy the delicious hot pot!

Remember, hot pot is a communal meal, and everyone can customize their own dipping sauces and add the ingredients they prefer. It’s a fun and interactive way to enjoy a meal with friends and family.

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  • 1 升鸡汤或蔬菜汤
  • 200 克薄切牛肉(您也可以使用鸡肉、猪肉或海鲜)
  • 各种新鲜蔬菜,如小白菜、大白菜、蘑菇和菠菜
  • 粉丝(可选)
  • 蘸酱(如酱油、蚝油、辣椒酱或芝麻酱)


  1. 准备汤底: 先在火锅或大锅中将鸡汤或蔬菜汤煮沸,将其放在餐桌中央的一个移动炉子上。您可以加入少量盐和胡椒来调味汤底。
  2. 准备餐桌: 在火锅周围摆放薄切牛肉、新鲜蔬菜和其他所需食材。将一个移动炉子放在餐桌中央,让汤底保持微煮状态。
  3. 烹饪食材: 每位食客挑选一片牛肉,用筷子或叉子快速在煮沸的汤底中涮一下,直到变色,这通常只需几秒钟。您可以根据个人口味烹饪牛肉至喜欢的程度(生、中熟或全熟)。
  4. 加入蔬菜: 除了牛肉,食客可以将小白菜、蘑菇、大白菜、或菠菜等新鲜蔬菜加入煮沸的汤底中。这些通常只需要一两分钟的时间。
  5. 粉丝(可选): 如果您使用粉丝,可以将其加入汤底中烹饪。它们通常只需几分钟。
  6. 蘸酱: 在烹饪食材的同时,食客可以调配自己喜欢的蘸酱,例如酱油、蚝油、辣椒酱、芝麻酱或其他调味品。
  7. 享用: 一旦食材烹饪至您的口味,就将它们从汤底中取出,蘸入您喜欢的酱料中。享受美味的火锅!