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Salu-salo sa Shabu Shabu: Enjoying the barkada HotPot experience for as low as Dh 50

by | Lifestyle

Oct. 30, 19 | 9:30 pm

More and more Filipinos are getting hooked with the flavors of Asian cuisines as they seek restaurants where they can enjoy the now infamous ‘Shabu-Shabu’ experience.

These days, however – Filipinos have begun to recreate the live cooking dining experience from the restaurants straight to their own homes. Yes – it’s possible indeed to enjoy Shabu-Shabu at home with the right tools and ingredients! Here is the list of equipment you need and the food items to buy:

Induction cooker and stainless steel dual side Hot Pot cookware. These will serve as your main tools to begin that Shabu-Shabu experience! Both items are available at WeMart Hypermarket Clock Tower Flagship store for a one time purchase of Dh 200 for the induction cooker and Dh 150 for the hotpot cookware as well as leading stores across the country.

Soup base and noodles. Once you begin boiling the water – it’s now time to mix your soup base that costs less than Dh 10 and cook the noodles that would only cost around Dh 8 that you can easily purchase from WeMart Hypermarket as you split the flavors between regular and spicy.

Vegetables and Mushrooms. WeMart Hypermarket’s selections of fresh green vegetables and mushrooms are harvested fresh from their own farms – which means you get the crispiest and freshest available leafy greens for your shabu-shabu experience. With WeMart’s amazing prices, you can get the various vegetable items and mushrooms you need for a budget of less than Dh10!

Meats and cold cuts. With its selections of fresh meat cuts and frozen delicacies, you can easily shop for the ingredients you wish to enjoy for your Shabu-Shabu at home at WeMart. Each package of your favorite cold cuts costs less than Dh15 while meat prices vary with a range of Dh10-20, depending on the meat cut you prefer.

The right tools coupled with the ingredients you love would be an experience that you and your loved ones would enjoy as you gather around for a filling Shabu-Shabu meal together.

Get your fresh ingredients, Shabu-Shabu tools, and more at WeMart Hypermarket Clock Tower Flagship store by searching ‘Wemart Hypermarket’ on Google Maps to pinpoint the exact location.

Location: Port Saeed Building, Deira Clock Tower Area, Dubai, near Deira City Center Metro Station.
Contact Numbers: 052 460 3558 / 055 942 7519.
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