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Posted by on Oct 10, 2014 in News

And the Hotto Potto Cook Off Winners Are …

And the Hotto Potto Cook Off Winners Are …

  1st and 3rd place – Tanya Tibbets & Amanda White The team of Amanda White and Tanya Tibbets took both first and third place in the Hotto Potto Cook Off. Their winning recipes were Mushroom-Tofu Pearl Balls (3rd) and Ten Flavor Tacos (1st). They took home a whopping $700 in Hotto Potto gift cards. That’s a lot of hot pot! Amanda and Tanya’s recipes used Hotto Potto’s Szechuan Paste, Mushroom, and Szechuan Chili sauces. 2nd place – David Fluss David Fluss’ Pan Cooked Salmon earned him second place in the Hotto Potto Cook Off. His prize was a $300 Hotto Potto gift card. David’s recipe used Hotto Potto’s Sacha, Mushroom, and Szechuan Chili sauces.   Thanks again to everyone who submitted a recipe. It was just great to see the ways you used our sauces and that they really are helping you create amazing meals at home. Keep coming up with new ideas; with your help we can do this again next year! Connect on social media to keep up with news about...

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Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Photo Galleries

Find Our Sauces In Stores

Find Our Sauces In Stores

  Wondering where you can get your own bottles of our sensational sauces? They are available for purchase in markets in Orlando, Tampa, and Miami, so you have no excuse for eating a boring dinner tonight. [Show as slideshow] Find us in these locations: Orlando: 1st Oriental Supermarket Cavallari Gourmet The Meat House – 669 Orange Ave Fancy Fruit & Produce – 2211 S Goldenrod Rd 1442 SR 436 10672 E Colonial Dr 7192 W Colonial Dr International Food Club Saigon Market Kissimmee: Bravo Supermarket Tampa: Oceanic Oriental Supermarket – 1609 N Tampa St Miami: T K Oriental Market – 7992 SW 8th St P K Oriental Market – 9501 SW 72nd St Asian Grocery – 6785 SW 56th St International Food Club And always available in house at Hotto Potto. 3090 Aloma Ave #150 Winter Park, FL 32792...

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Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Photo Galleries

Our Food

Our Food

Here at Hotto Potto we bring out your food raw and it is up to you to cook it the way you want it. From our sauces to our fresh meats, you control the flavor of your meal.  [Show as...

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Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

What is Hot Pot?

What is Hot Pot?

  A hot pot is a simmering pot of broth that sits in the center of the table while various ingredients are added, cooked and removed. This is a very traditional style of dining with over 1,000 years of history in China. ___________________________________________ How to Eat Hot Pot     Here is a simple description of how things work here at Hotto Potto: Step 1: Choose your broth. We have meat and vegetarian options with your choice of spice (non- to numb-spicy). Step 2: Choose your ingredients. Take your pick of our wide selection of meats, seafood, vegetables, dumplings, tofu, noodles, and more! Step 3: While your broth boils, make your own sauce using our tray of homemade sauces. Flavors range from savory to spicy to sweet. Step 4: Add and cook your ingredients. Suggested minimum cooking times are on your table. Step 5: Remove your cooked ingredients from the pot with the slotted and soup ladles. Step 6: Top with your sauce, or dip. Step 7: Enjoy! ___________________________________________ The History of Hot Pot...

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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Uncategorized

Hot Pot History

Hot Pot History

Centuries ago the Mongol horsemen rode across Asia, those fearless warriors never bothered carrying cooking utensils.  They rigged their shields over campfires to sear meat and nestled upturned helmets in the embers to simmer soup. The Chinese emperors built the Great Wall of China to keep the invaders, but the allure of the simmering broth had already won them over. Hot Pot became one of China’s signature dishes and Mongolian Hot Pot traveled further than the Mongols themselves ever did. The earliest Mongolian hot pots simply held water.  But as the dish spread to other parts of the country, it picked up local ingredients and embellishments.  In the Southern part of China, seafood and vegetables are the main ingredients for hot pot.  In the winter seasons, when chilly temperatures and frigid winds prevail over the land, the people liked to eat food that instantly warms their bodies and lifts their spirits.  For that, the hot pot is a delicious and hearty choice.  Families and groups of friends sit around a...

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Posted by on May 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

Secret Sauces

Secret Sauces

Our secret sauces are what really makes us shine. You have the power to combine sauces to get the perfect blend of spicy and sweet. We have a large variety of homemade sauces to experiment with and create something amazing. We are now bottling our sauces, so be sure to ask us how you can get your hands on a...

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