Japanese food has gained world wide acceptance a long time ago. In fact, more than that, it has established its own “fan base” everywhere you go. Needless to say, I am one of those who just can’t get enough of Japanese food. One of the most delicious and comforting meals that I really like is shabushabu. Although restaurants of other cuisines serve this dish, the Japanese version is definitely one of my favorites.
Shabushabu is in fact a method of cooking at the table where people are dining at. Paper thin slices of beef (yum!) are placed in a hot seaweed broth. You can then mix in your preferred spices and vegetables. Swish until you get your desired tenderness and then you’re ready to eat! Of course, the dipping sauces are never absent.
With this dish, you basically have control over what you eat. Personal preferences have a place here! So the next time you go to a Japanese restaurant, why not concoct your own brand of shabushabu?