If you’re looking for a hearty, flavorful vegetarian dish that’s easy to prepare and packed with nutritious vegetables, this hotpot recipe is the perfect choice. Here are all the details:

Veggie-Packed Sensation: Flavorful Vegetarian Hotpot Recipe

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Simple yet flavorful
  • Customizable based on your preferences
  • Packed with healthy veggies and plant-based protein


  • Olive oil
  • Garlic cloves
  • Onion
  • Carrots
  • Potatoes
  • Cabbage
  • Tomatoes
  • Vegetable broth or water (use broth for richer flavor)

How To Make This recipe:

  1. Heat olive oil in a large pot over medium-high heat.
  2. Add garlic and onion; cook until softened.
  3. Add carrots, potatoes, cabbage and tomatoes.
  4. Pour veggie broth or water into the pot.
  5. Bring to boil then lower heat to simmer for 30 minutes.

Cooking Time & Temperature Guidelines:

Cook at a low simmer on stove top for 30 minutes.

My Pro-tips:

  1. Prep all ingredients before starting cooking.
  2. Use fresh vegetables that you like best.
  3. Can be made ahead of time – just warm it up when ready to serve!

Seasoning Options:

Add salt & pepper as per taste.

Recipe Tips:

Cut vegetables in even size pieces so they get cooked evenly.

Recommended Tools to Make this Recipe: Large stockpot, knife & cutting board

To Sum Up: This veggie-packed hotpot recipe is a delicious way to enjoy wholesome ingredients in one satisfying meal!


What is a hotpot and how does it work?

A hotpot is a style of communal cooking originating in East Asia that involves placing raw ingredients into a simmering broth at the center of the table. Each person can then cook their own food by dipping it into the hot broth until cooked to their liking. In this vegetarian version, we use vegetable broth as the base and add plenty of flavorful ingredients like mushrooms, tofu, bok choy, and udon noodles.

Can I customize this recipe based on my dietary preferences?

Absolutely! This recipe offers many opportunities for customization based on your dietary preferences or what you have on hand in your kitchen. For example, if you’re not vegan you could add some fish sauce or shrimp to the pot for added umami flavor (though note that this would make it no longer fully vegetarian). If you’re gluten-free or soy-free, look for rice noodles instead of udon noodles and ensure any soy-based products used are labeled gluten-free.

How should I store leftovers from this hotpot recipe?

Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. The vegetables may become softer when reheated but will still be delicious! When reheating either microwave individual portions or heat over low heat on stovetop; avoid boiling rapidly as this may destroy some nutrients present in vegetables which get leached out during rapid cooking process.

I hope these FAQs help clarify any questions about making this delicious veggie-packed sensation hotpot recipe from AddM3!