Steamboat dish is a Chinese style where you cook raw meat, fish and vegetables in a boiling broth at your table. More generally it is known as hot-pot in Malaysia.
The food is cooked in a steamboat cooker which gently heats the broth and then boiled the food. Usually, the dish is eaten in winter as it is the pinnacle of warming comfort food. As we know Malaysia don’t winter but owing to its rising popularity, people are indulging in it all year round.
There are different types of steamboat food will vary in terms of ingredients. The Malaysian dish will tend to include some variation of the following, depending on what is ordered. There are meat, fish, vegetables, noodles, egg, mushrooms, and tofu.
Steamboat dish is a great form of social dining with a big group of friends and family.