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How-To: Make Taiwanese Hot Pot with Sue Chan

Here's how to make your own Taiwanese hot pot, starting with a savory homemade bone broth and including all the meat, dumplings, and veggies you can eat.

Sue Chan

From Japan to China to Taiwan, there are many different styles of hot pot to be enjoyed.

What seems like a dish you have to dine out for is actually really easy to make at home: It all starts with a rich bone broth, and once you add homemade sauces, lots of fresh vegetables, meat, and noodles, you're ready to throw a hot pot party.

Sue Chan shows us how to make this perfect winter dish in your very own kitchen. And let it be known, there's no party like a hot pot party.