|Things you needn't cook||fired pork, pork luncheon meat, tomato, cucumber and so on (you can also cook them in the pot if you feel like it)|
|1-3 mins||Chinese radish, tofu, lotus root, bean sprout and some other vegetables; ox tripe, duck intestines and pig aorta|
|4-6 mins||kelp, celtuce, wax gourd, mushrooms and so on|
About 8 mins
|various sliced meat and meatballs, duck's blood, seafood and so on|
Cameron likes Chengdu hotpots
British Prime Minister David Cameron enjoys eating hotpot filled with meatballs and vegetables, Sichuan media Newssc.org reported.
Mar 19, 2019
Friendly city increases international exchanges, ties
As it further opens up to the world, Chengdu has quickly broadened its circle of friends and is increasingly active in global affairs. It is showing it has much more to offer than just giant pandas and hotpot.
Nov 29, 2015
Tips for Hotpot Novices
Sichuan hotpot is increasingly famous all around the world for its distinctive fiery flavor. Sichuan hotpot is rich, delicious, exciting and fun, but a novice needs a bit of guidance for the gastronomic exploration in his first try.
Jun 17, 2016
New-Style Hotpot in Chengdu
Various new-style hotpot restaurants are gaining greater market share and growing popularity, especially among the young generations, by offering new alternatives for people who are always ready to try something new, including the new gastronomic experiences.