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Japanese-style Hotpot

Commonly known Japanese hotpots would be sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. Although both cuisines are based around thinly-sliced beef, they are cooked with completely different methods. Sukiyaki offers a rich flavour, seasoned with soy sauce and sugar, while shabu-shabu is fatty meat with a light flavour.

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Soup Base (Sukiyaki)

Kikkoman Soy Sauce
Kikkoman Soy Sauce
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Mirin Sweet seasoning
Mirin Sweet seasoning
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Sugar
Sugar
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Soup Base (Shabu Shabu)

Kikkoman Light Soy Sauce
Kikkoman Light Soy Sauce
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Mirin Sweet seasoning
Mirin Sweet seasoning
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Water
Water
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Dashino Stock Powder
Dashino Stock Powder
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💡Tian Tian Tips

Sukiyaki: (Up to 4 people 1 meal)

Soy Sauce: 100 ml

Mirin: 100ml

Sugar: 4 Tbsp

Shabu Shabu: (Up to 4 people 1 meal)

8 cups water sub with Dashi powder

Dashi powder: 2 Tbsp

Mirin: 2 Tbsp

Light Soy Sauce: 3 Tbsp

Meat / Premium Meat

Kinda Beef Rolls
Kinda Beef Rolls
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Kinda Pork Rolls
Kinda Pork Rolls
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Kinda Lamb Rolls
Kinda Lamb Rolls
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Beef Shabu
Beef Shabu
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Vegetables

Carrot
Carrot
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White Radish
White Radish
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Tung Ho
Tung Ho
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Onion
Onion
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Tofu Products

Morinaga Soft Tofu
Morinaga Soft Tofu
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Tofu King Firm Beancurd
Tofu King Firm Beancurd
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Frozen Products

Kibun Gomoku Age
Kibun Gomoku Age
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J-Basket Sanuki Udon
J-Basket Sanuki Udon
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Other Products

YUHO Konjac Noodle
YUHO Konjac Noodle
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Japanese-style sausage with cheese
Japanese-style sausage with cheese
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Recommended sides:

Egg
Egg
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Pickled Yellow Radish
Pickled Yellow Radish
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Pickled Perilla Leaves in Soy Sauce
Pickled Perilla Leaves in Soy Sauce
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💡Tian Tian Tips

Sukiyaki:

Beat a raw egg in a small bowl as a dipping sauce. Some people may resist the idea of the raw egg but the flavours of salty and sweetened shoyu with egg combined will truly enhance the sukiyaki experience

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