Add depth of flavour to an array of slow-cooked meals with Knorr Stock Pots. Available in a range of flavours, from Chicken to Beef and Vegetable to Herb Infusion, these stock pots are quick and easy to use, melting in minutes.
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4 bird's eye chillies, thinly sliced
225 g dried vermicelli noodles, cooked
12 scallops, on the half- shell
500 g calamari
500 g mussels
500 g barramundi fillets, sliced into 5 mm pieces
500 g raw tiger prawns, peeled and deveined
1 bunch chrysanthemum leaves (tan o), washed and torn into 10 cm pieces
1 bunch mustard greens, washed and sliced into 4 cm pieces
1/2 a Chinese cabbage (wong bok), washed and sliced into 4 cm pieces
1) You'll need a portable gas stove for cooking at the table and a special steamboat hotpot or a large saucepan
2) In a large saucepan, combine the chicken stock, salt, sugar and fish sauce. Mix well and bring to the boil
3) Place the gas stove and steamboat hotpot or a large saucepan.Transfer 2 litres of the chicken stock mixture to the steamboat. On separate platters, arrange the vegetables, herbs, seafood and vermicelli. In small dipping bowls, add some sliced chilli and soy sauce for dipping
4) When the stock starts to simmer, each person dips some greens and seafood into the stock until cooked. They then retrieve their cooked ingredients with their chopsticks and ladle some stock into their bowls.
5) As the greens and seafood cooks, the more flavoursome the stock becomes. When the stock starts to boil down, replenish the pot with more stock.
Dip into soy and chilli.