Shabu Shabu is another meal that myself and Jason love to eat.
So what is shabu shabu?
It is actually a Vietnamese dish but is hugly popular in Korea. It includes so many steps and foods that you can be eating it forever!
Next you put your rice paper in to the bowl of hot water provided to make it soft. Then put it on your plate and add your beef and as many vegetables as you want. Wrap it up, dip it in to one of the sauces, eat it and repeat!
You put your bowl of noodles into the broth and cut them up. When they are cooked you can enjoy them with the broth and the vegetables. It’s so delicious!
The final part of the meal (and my favourite) is the sweet potato, pumpkin rice! When you are finished with the noodles you empty most of the contents of the pot in to the empty bowl that the noodles had been in. You then put your rice, pumpkin, sweet potato and egg in to the pot and let it cook to make a delicious fried rice!
I forgot to take some photos of both the rice and the noodles as I was too busy eating it all! Oops…
I absolutely love Shabu Shabu because it is so fresh and has so many vegetables in it. I also love the fact that you don’t have to choose between noodles and rice…just have both!
This meal cost us 22,000w ($20/18 euros) between the two of us which is pretty good considering all that you get with it!