Beijing Style Hot Pot Heaven 老北京火锅 • Taste The Chinese Recipes Show

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Ever try Chinese Hot Pot? Check out Chef Bao’s Beijing hot pot recipe to make this classic dish at home! Plus, a tasty Shaobing ( Chinese flatbread) recipe to enjoy along with it.

Beijing’s hot pot (老北京火锅)–is cooked the old-fashioned way, in a doughnut-shaped copper pot, with the smoke billowing out of a tall cone chimney in the middle.

This style of hotpot is very pure and focuses on the quality of the ingredients – tender and tasty meat and fresh and leafy vegetables. As opposed to spicy Sichuan hotpot, the flavors of Beijing Hot Pot come from the dipping sauces.

Shaobing also called huoshao, is a type of baked, unleavened, layered flatbread in Northern Chinese cuisine.

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【 Beijing Style Hot Pot 】

# Ingredients

*Shaobing 烧饼 – HuoShao (Beijing Style-Clay oven rolls)

600 g Medium-gluten Flour
400 ml Water
4 g Baking soda
1 ½ tbsp Cooking oil

1 tbsp baked ground Sichuan peppercorn
1 tbsp baked ground Fennel
2 tbsp Peanut butter
3 tbsp Sesame paste

1 ½ tbsp Soy sauce
2 tbsp Water
1 ½ tbsp Flour

Sesame seeds (For sprinkle)

*Soup base (Beijing Style)
¼ cup Dried shrimps
¼ cup Ginger
1 tbsp Wolfberry
1/3 cup Scallion
4 cup Water

Chicken breast
1 tsp Salt
½ tbsp Ginger
1 tbsp Scallion
Egg white
1 tbsp Water
1 tbsp Cornstarch

1.5 lb. Lamb (Sliced)
1 lb. Beef (Sliced)

*Dipping sauce (Beijing Style)
Sesame sauce
2 tbsp Sesame paste
2 tbsp Water
2 tbsp Sugar

2 tbsp Sesame sauce
1 tbsp Chives flower sauce
2 tbsp Red fermented bean curd
2 tsp Soy sauce
1 tsp Worcester sauce
1 tsp Fish sauce
1 tsp Coriander

# Directions

1. In a large pot with boiling water, place in dried shrimps, sliced ginger, sliced scallion and wolfberry. Heat up to a boil and ready as soup base.
2. Dip the meat first in boiling hot pot for few seconds (sort of like Shabu-shabu) then transfer to dip Beijing style sauce.
3. Add other hot pot ingredients into the pot. It goes well with Huo Shao (Beijing style-Clay oven rolls). Enjoy!

*How to make Huo Shao (Beijing style-Clay oven rolls)

1. In a large bowl, add in flour, baking soda, water and cooking oil. Knead as dough and rest for 30 minutes.
2. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, add sesame paste, peanut butter, minced cumin and Sichuan peppercorn. Mix well.
3. Flat the dough, spread the mixed paste on the pastry. Roll as a strip shape and then split it as little balls. Roll them well. Set aside.
4. In another bowl, whisk in soy sauce, water and flour. Mix well. Spread on the roll. Sprinkle on sesame.
5. Heat up a large skillet, add oil, place on rolls and grill until turn to golden brown. Transfer to an oven, bake at 356oF/180oC for 10 minutes.

*How to make Meatball

1. Mash the chicken breast and peeled shrimps. Transfer to a bowl, whisk in water, egg white, cornstarch, minced ginger and minced scallion. Seasoning with salt.
2. Refrigerate for an hour.

*How to make Dipping sauce (Beijing Style)

In a small dish, whisk in sesame sauce, chives flower sauce, red fermented bean curd, soy sauce, Worcester sauce, fish sauce and minced coriander. Mix well.

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Binyu Wang says:

This is the hotpot I eat since I was a kid. Totally different flavor and taste from the Szechuan Hotpot.

Lu Zhang says:

Worcester sauce in your hot pot sauce? I bet a lot of native Chinese in China don't even know what that is… Lol

CHEN Si says:


Ramona Netto says:

It started of well…step by step and ended up like where to start

Joseph Demis says:

I love these videos and have made some of the dishes for my family. I love Chinese culture and the Chinese people are wonderful. Their wisdom, their history, and their food is just so unique. I hope we can find a way to get along so we can continue to have these opportunities to share with each other. Wan'an my friends!

Dinhobral Dinho says:

Que lavagem da porra!

wokaka11 says:

这个在西方应该算是比较地道了 。。。北京火锅没这么讲究  白菜豆腐粉丝配羊肉

Ansari Shamsuddin says:


TwinFlame DNA says:

That chef is a hot pot 🥵

DAIGORO14 says:

非常美麗的火鍋 those baked pastries looked amazing

Yanglin Luo says:

Does he need help finishing all the food?

Mengyuan Chen says:


Ye Qiao says:


Richard Bergmark says:

Fantastic music, fantastic food!

Letícia Irineu says:

Are you supposed to eat that chicken/shrimp paste raw? Can't raw chicken give you salmonella?

Alfonso Song says:

This is actually Yousu Shaobing, which is one of the popular versions of Shaobing, and my suggestion on the translation of Yousu Shaobing is "Chinese Pastries".

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