|Steamboat or hot pot 火锅 is usually eaten during winter time in China but in Malaysia or this part of the world it could be a sweaty affair provided you eat in a well air conditioned room.|
|It's healthy there is no frying and minimal oil found in the food.|
|Electrical pot is very convenience & fast as compared with the conventional charcoal burnt pot.|
|Lot and lot of green leaves.|
|Fresh slices of grouper fish meat.|
|Huge prawns form Sabah.|
|Oyster mushrooms & Enoki mushroom.|
|Thin slices of pork neck and belly.|
|Fish maw or air bladder another lovely delicacy for hot pot.|
|Slices of sweet abalone.|
|Bouncy fish balls.|
|Homemade "Sui Kao" dumpling.|
|Egg Tofu & crab sticks.|
|Nothing like having a relax steamboat meal at home.|
These non steamboat dishes were meant for the younger people whom might not fully appreciate a good meal of steamboat. Therefore a braised soy sauce meat and a steamed pork ribs were specially prepared for them.
Happy dinner on the eve of Chap Goh Meh or rather the Valentine's Day of the Chinese.