Shabu Shabu Hot Pot, Electric Mongolian Hot Pot With Divider
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- Removable cooking pots for convenient use. See through high tempered glass cover
- First-class welding finished internal divider to provide you the benefit to enjoy hotpot with two different flavors
- Removable pot is dishwasher safe for easy clean up
- Variable temperature control, powerful heating unit (1400W) and with 4 liter capacity
- Great for table top cooking
- Anti-skid feet to keep the pot sits evenly
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Shabu Shabu Hot Pot is the perfect way to enjoy a hot pot feast at home with family and friends. The two built-in compartments offer the convenience of two flavors in the same pot. Powerful at 1400 watts, it heats up the broth fast and evenly. When it's time to cook your meat, seafood, and vegetables in the broth, the front power dial gives you easy access to adjusting temperature to the desired level. The stainless steel cooking pot is dishwasher safe, so cleanup is a breeze.
Top customer reviews
I have found that it does take a while to get a good rolling boil (and that's starting from hot boilling water that we put in the hot pot). To get a rolling boil, start the hot pot around 30 mins before you are actually going to use it and pour boiling water to help it along. After that though, all is good.
It's a great way to entertain or just have fun dinners with family. My family is just addicted to hot pot and now wants it to be a weekly occurrence.
A quick note about the broth: My local asian supermarket have a gazillion different kinds of hot pot broth mixes. I've also found that putting a few pieces of ginger in the broth provides a depth of flavour (don't worry, the ginger doesn't become overpowering). By the end of your hot pot party, you'll find you've just made the most amazing broth ever. I save this as a flavourful soup base for when I make soups.
On the other hand, the heating component did not evenly distribute enough heat to both sides of the pot. One side was merely warm while the other side was always over boiling this making me add more broth to one end in which it made my broth even more salty because of the concentration became that much more intense. I also could not remove the divider. If I was able to, I'm pretty sure I could have evenly distributed the heat myself.