Submitted by: Jurairat T.
Recipe Source Country: Thailand/China/South Korea
Cooking/Prep time: 30 minutes to 1 hour

Moo Kata, often referred to as Mu Kratha, is essentially a fusion of Korean barbecue and Chinese hot pot. In Thailand, it is a very socially important dish that is always prepared on 31 December.


  • any vegetable (most often cabbage, turnip, plantain and Enoki mushroom)
  • meat according to preference
  • noodles (egg, rice…)
  • broth according to preference
  • Suki sauce (can be bought in an Asian shop)

Quantity of ingredients according to the number of servings and your preference.


  1. Cut the meat into slices and marinate for a few minutes.
  2. Prepare the remaining ingredients and compact/table grill. Traditionally, a tabletop grill has a raised area where the meat is prepared and an area around where vegetables, fish balls and mushrooms in broth are prepared. If you don’t have a tabletop grill, you can prepare the recipe in a traditional frying pan and pot.
  3. You can place the meat and the remaining ingredients on the grill at the same time. Wait until the ingredients are cooked.
  4. You can season the dish as desired, including sweet, spicy or garlic sauce.

Video instructions