7/30/2008

La.Pi.S.#4 Soup (Sabaw)

Have you heard of shabu-shabu? The best shabu-shabu I have tasted so far was in a China restaurant while we were on a trip some years ago.

Shabu-shabu is a Japanese variant of hot pot soup or broth. The dish is prepared by submerging a very thin slice of meat of piece of vegetable in a pot boiling water or both and swishing it back and forth several times. The familiar swishing sounds is where the dish gets its name. Shabu-shabu roughly translates to “swish-swish”. Thank you, Wikipedia.

Anyway, here’re the ingredients…


And the finish product…
Here’s another heartwarming soup entry..


1 comments:

spiCes said...

looks so good! if it's the same as the ssteamboat we have in Brunei or the ones we have back in PI, then i've had it but not so sure on the shabu shabu of Japan:)