Question: Why is it called shabu?

Shabu shabu is a popular hot pot dish from Japan consisting of thinly sliced meat and bite-sized vegetables cooked in steaming hot broth. The dish gets its name from the Japanese onomatopoeia “shabu shabu” meaning “swish swish”, which describes the light swishing of the meat in the simmering broth.

What is the meaning of shabu?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Shabu or syabu may refer to: Shabu, a slang term for the drug methamphetamine used in Japan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Ya ba, also called shabú (Philippines), pills with a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine prevalent throughout Asia.

What cut of meat is shabu?

Its important to use high quality craft beef (available on Crowd Cow) and a cut that can be sliced thin. Rib steaks, top sirloin and sirloin tip are excellent cuts for Shabu Shabu.

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