Shabu-shabu is a delicious Japanese hotpot dish said to have originated from Chinese hotpot cuisine. The current form of shabu-shabu in Japan was developed in 1952 at Eiraku-cho Suehiro Honten, a restaurant in Osaka.
In shabu-shabu, thinly sliced beef is briefly dipped in a pot of seasoned broth. This is just long enough to cook it. After, the beef is dipped in a condiment, such as a ponzu (citrus) sauce or sesame sauce. Variations like pork shabu-shabu and seafood shabu-shabu are also common, and vegetables are also often part of the meal.
This Stainless Steel Shabu Shabu Nabe Pot with cover is perfect for display cooking at hotels, restaurants, buffets, and catered events. Its durable stainless steel construction provides long lasting use and makes this stock pot easy to clean.
Each pot is built with 2" round double handles, which make it easy to lift and carry as you strain liquids or pour sauces into storage containers for cooling. The handles are riveted on, ensuring long-lasting durability. Plus, a cover is included to get you started right away. This cover causes your food to retain moisture while cooking and also helps to capture heat, resulting in more efficient cooking.
|Size Variations||240㎜, 260㎜, 300㎜|
|Country of Origin||Japan|
|240 mm||9.5 Inches||φ220 × H130 mm||φ8.25 × H5.1 Inches||2.3 ℓ / 77.8 oz.|
|260 mm||10.25 Inches||φ240 × H150 mm||φ9.5 × H6.0 Inches||2.5 ℓ / 84.5 oz.|
|300 mm||11.75 Inches||φ280 × H150 mm||φ11.0 × H6.0 Inches||3.0 ℓ / 101.4 oz.|