Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Mookata the best at Charcoal Thai at Serangoon Central

Singapore Blogger
Mookata is a Thai barbecue steamboat that has been gaining popularity in recent years. At Charcoal Thai they use Japanese white Binchotan charcoal to fire up the pot. The Thai meaning of Mookata is  ‘pork’ and ‘skillet’. Usually water is used as the soup base, but in Singapore, they use light flavoring. The idea is for broth to take up the essence of the grilled meat juice that drip from the dome and together with vegetables, you have that richness in taste and flavor soup!

Beauty in the Pot
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The signature collagen soup Beauty in the Pot's broths is made of chicken and pork bones. It look like a jelly, semi solid soup that disintegrates magically into a creamy thick broth when it heated. It's super rich in both flavor and collagen, not to mention healthy too. A beauty regime perfect for all ages!

Thai Chicken Hot pot
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Many homes nowadays in large cities, the traditional coal-heated steamboat or hot pot has been replaced by electric, propane, butane gas, or induction cooker versions. Using the same method of a electric cooker, the chicken and pork used for this iron pot, is simply delicious! The gravy is thick which makes it more perfect with rice.

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