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>have some thin sliced meat, the kind used for hot pot
>decide to experiment with it by coating it with flour and panfrying it with olive oil
>improvement over just boiling it, but still not much taste

Anyone got any suggestions on what to do with this stuff other than hot pot? I thought about using sauces, but the ones from the supermarket are like $3 per bottle and only lasts for like half a kilo of meat.
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>>7344712
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>>7344712
Hot pot is great though. The lovely lamb taste is amazing.
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>>7344712

stir fry with vegetables and seasoning of your choice. I'm very fond of beef and broccoli
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>>7344712
stir fry it using the spicy hot pot oil packets.
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>>7345152
any cheap seasoning to recommend?
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>>7345386
soy sauce and ginger garlic anise red pepper
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>>7345405
what, all of them?
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>>7345501

...yes?
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>>7345505
so how many of each?
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>>7345567
it's cooking dude, try different combinations
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>>7345505

a pinch of each and a splash of soya. basic recipe here bro.

do you need a bit of help on the cooking front?

Describe to me how you would make an omelet aux fin herbes or a fresh vinaigrette.
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>>7344712
If it's good meat, then this method is good.
Prepare some sesame oil with black pepper and salt in a ramekin or whatever for dipping.
Use a hot plate or portable burner, throw it on your table with an oiled cast iron pan on top. Take meat, throw on hot pan, flip, then dip in the oil/pepper/salt and eat. You can eat it wrapped in lettuce with rice and a touch of red pepper paste too.
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>>7344712
Hot pot is generally eaten along with dipping sauces
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