Edited by Seighart, Eng, Graeme, Rafah Perlado and 1 other
Sukiyaki is a Japanese noodle soup dish, much like shabu-shabu and hot pot. The difference is that Sukiyaki has a sweeter taste, while shabu-shabu is much more savory. Sukiyaki is usually made up of jelly noodles, thinly sliced beef, mushrooms and other vegetables, and fused with other Japanese seasonings. There are lots of Sukiyaki renditions, including vegetables, fish, chicken, and pork sukiyaki. Whatever your diet might be, sukiyaki has it all.
- 1400 grams beefAdvertisement
- 2100 grams rice vermicelli noodlesAdvertisement
- 33 pieces dried shitake mushroom
- 41 piece white onion
- 530 grams carrots
- 6100 grams napa cabbage
- 730 grams spring onions
- 830 grams enoki mushroom
- 9340 grams tofu
- 11/2 cup mirinAdvertisement
- 22 1/2 cups water
- 31 tablespoon dashi powder
- 41/2 cup Japanese soy sauce
- 54 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1Sukiyaki pot or non stick deep pan
- 1In a small bowl, soak the dried shitake mushroom in hot water to soften.
- 2Put the beef in the freezer for about 15 minutes to make it easier to cut the beef thinly.
- 3Slice the beef into paper thin slices, bite size. Set aside in the refrigerator.
- 4Soak the rice noodles into a basin of tap water. When noodles are tender, cut them into shreds and set aside.
- 5Slice the softened shitake mushrooms into quarters.
- 6Thinly slice the white onion.
- 7Slice the carrots into bite size strips.
- 8Roughly chop the napa cabbage into bite sizes.
- 9Remove the leafy part of the spring onion. You'll only be needing the white part. Cut into strips.
- 10Wash the enoki mushroom and set aside.
- 12Boil the following ingredients: Mirin, water, dashi powder, Japanese soy sauce and brown sugar.
- 13Heat the sukiyaki pot or non stick deep pan.
- 15Pour the mirin-dashi mixture. Simmer for about 1 minute or more.
- 16Serve alongside a raw egg in a separate bowl.
- You can substitute beef for any other meat of your liking.
- When arranging the ingredients in the pot, make sure that the beef and noodles are separated, because the calcium present into the noodles will toughen the meat.
- Eggs should be served raw and separately because this is where you keep the meat and vegetables before eating. Usually soy sauce is added into the lightly beaten egg.
Note: Photos above are just sample brands of the ingredients. This does not mean that the same brands are needed in preparing this recipe. You can always change things according to what you prefer.
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