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What is Sukiyaki?
Sukiyaki is the name for a hot pot dish. This type of hot pot will be served with unique Japanese condiments such as Mirin, soy sauce, sugar, thin beef, chrysanthemum, mushrooms, onion, tofu and shirataki.
Sukiyaki is inherently a dish grilled on an iron alloy because it comes from the way wild boar is grilled on agricultural iron alloy utensils.
Besides, ra, sukiyaki also means a dish cooked with seafood, vegetables and miso soup 19th century, beef hot pot was born with the beef eating culture that was introduced to Japan.
Sukiyaki needs to be enjoyed with fresh ingredients and needs to be cooked in a shallow pot and made of iron alloy to be correct.
Eating sukiyaki hot pot needs to be eaten when it is hot and cooked while eating under low heat to be delicious.
How to make sukiyaki at home
200g thinly sliced beef
1 piece of tofu
1 bunch of onions
・ 1/2 bunch of chopped green cabbage
- 1 bottle of Sukiyaki sauce
- 4 eggs
Put the rice in the rice cooker. When the rice is cooked, scoop out the small bowls.
Prepare an electric cooker. Cut the cabbage and put it in the pot.
Cut the tofu into bite-sized pieces and put it in the pot
Pour in Sukiyaki sauce, then turn down the heat to low. You can add a glass of water to help dilute the Sukiyaki sauce a bit.
Continue to add green cabbage and beef. Crack the eggs into a bowl and beat well.
Use chopsticks to mix raw eggs into a bowl of rice (you can also use udon noodles) then pour hot pot sauce over and enjoy. Add vegetables and meat to the hot pot, keep the heat low and slowly enjoy the hot pot.
Sukiyaki is most often served with steamed rice, udon..