Delicious Hotpots from Different Countries
The Chinese hotpot has a history of more than 1,000 years. Typical hotpot food include thinly sliced meat, seafood，leaf vegetables, mushrooms, tofu，and meatballs . Hotpot as a popular food is now spread all over the world. However, Hotpot from different countries also has various tastes on the basis of geographical environment and customs.
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Let’s open a cate journey to search the Fresh hotpots around the world!
瑞士奶酪火鍋 Swiss Cheese Hotpot（Fondue）
Cheese fondue is a traditional Swiss dish of melted cheese served in a communal pot ，then stir in kirsch and white wine，and eaten by dipping bread into the cheese using long-stemmed forks.
瑞士巧克力火鍋 Swiss Chocolate Hotpot（Fondue）
This kind of hot pot is quite popular among girls. Slices of fruit are dipped in a caquelon of melted chocolate. Many people also enjoy eat with baked goods such as brownies, pound cake, marshmallows, and lovely ladyfinger.
意大利火鍋 Italian Hotpot
The Italian hotpot usually consists of a few varieties of meat: slice beef, ham, pork chops and shrimp, ingredients are spinach, onion and butter. When soup’s ready, put spinach and onion into the pot and boiling for a while, then add the meat, lastly add shrimp into the pot when people start to eat, because they want to keep the fresh and delicious taste of the hotpot.
印度咖喱火鍋 Indian Curry Hotpot
Curry Hot Pot is the featured Hot Pot of Indian. Condiments are including local specialty of curry, Senna Leaf, coconut and India spices. When the soup’s ready, people like to eat with fish-head, shrimp, chicken and beef，and rice noodles with curry sauce.
韓國火鍋 South Korean Hotpot
The most traditional South Korea hotpot is called “Stone steamboat”, this one is extremely hot and spicy, and you can’t imaging how much chilli oil and chilli powder Korean people may add into the pot, and they quite enjoy the feelings of perspire and tear when they eating it.
日本的紙火鍋 Japanese Paper Hotpot
“Paper hotpot” becomes a great emerging phenomenon in Japan the recent years. All the ingredients and soup are all made in a special paper. This kind of hotpot is “pretty tasty”and you can easily eat by adding water into the paper and lighting it. Condiments are including Dashi Stock and soy sauce, food mainly include slice beef, slice fish and Sliced Venison.