Friday, April 22, 2011

Hot Pot (Steamboat) Soup Mix and Dipping Sauce

When was the last time you had Hot Pot (Steamboat)? I am curious because my youngest sister, some friends and I have Hot Pot about 2-3 times a month. Is it a bit too much or it's normal?

We love the food and also the joy of everybody participating in the cooking process. We sometimes like to put a lot of food in the pot at once to let it cook but sometimes we like to cook the food individually. What we usually have in our Hot Pot are beef, lamb, prawns, fish slices, crabs, squid, clams, soft tofu, fish balls, enoki mushrooms, taro, different types of vegetables, konnyaku yam noodles etc.

We carry a few different flavors of Hot Pot Soup Mix (spicy and non-spicy). If you like, you can also add the All-In-One Mixes like Curry Laksa, Tom Yum, Prawn Noodle Soup Paste to make the soup. It is very easy to use. You just to need to add water and let it boil. You need to add water to the pot occasionally due to evaporation. You don't need to keep adding the soup mix because usually the stew is strong and zesty enough.

We also have a few Hot Pot Dipping Sauce. You can use them individually or mix them together to make your own sauce.

Hot Pot is fun and delicious!:)


  1. I am glad AS365 carries variety flavors (esp the South East Asia's flavor which is not easy to find at some local Chinese store)) of seasoning soup base for making a exotic steamboat dish. I would really love to try some...I am hoping to find a steamboat pot just like the above pic but I was out of luck so far. Anyone knows where can I get one just like this one?

  2. Hi, we will speak with the suppliers and hopefully we can add it on our site ( by early next week. We will let you and everybody know when the pot is added via Facebook and our Blog here.

  3. Hi. I bought a hot pot sauce mix, but it lacks any english directions. How much water should I add? I'm doing hot pot in a small fondue bowl, not the large genuine ones.


  4. Hi, for a small fondue bowl, start with a teaspoon first. If it's not enough, then add more.