Oishii (Delicious)

Beef Sukiyaki

I worked in a japanese company before and it's a common thing to see beef sukiyaki on our dining table during company parties. Now, I am not working in that jap company anymore but my love for beef sukiyaki remains. I decided to make my own beef sukiyaki last Friday evening.

So you'll need;
Half kilo beef sukiyaki (thinly sliced beef )
500g Tofu cut into cubes
1/2 Chinese cabbage (chopped)
7-8 shitake mushrooms
2 medium scallions, sliced
Onion quatered

sukiyaki sauce: Just Mix everything... 1/3 cup soy sauce 3-4 tbsp Mirin
5 tbsps sugar
1 beef cube dissolve in 1 cup water

and now this is the exciting part...the cooking.
1.Boil the noodles ah hmmmm...sorry forgot how many minutes, so just follow as per package direction then rinse in cold water, drain & set aside.
2.In a skillet, drizzle some oil & pan fry the beef for 2-3 minutes. Then set it aside.
3. Saute the onions, add the mushroom and the cabbage and the scallions.
4. In a separate pan, sear the tofu. I separate so I wont squish it :)
4. Remember the sukiyaki sauce, we have to boil it for 3-4 minutes. Taste it, if it's salty add water and a tbsp of mirin.

Now... assemble everything.

Find a bowl then place atleast 1/4 part of the bowl with the noodles, another 1/4 part with the beef, then the rest, place the vegtable and tofu. Pour the steaming hot sukiyaki sauce.

Then get a chopstick and enjoy :)

By the way, hubz had another serving, this time, we place a freshly cracked egg at the center before pouring the hot sukiyaki sauce. Oishii :)

Another thing if you want an authentic Beef Sukiyaki recipe, you could get that here


Sinta said...

Thanks for the recipe! It sounds really delicious and hopefully I can give this a try this week :) Mmmmm.

Jeanny said...

@ Sinta: Yeah it's yummy. Until now, I cannot forget how it tasted. I'm thinking to cook this again this weekend :)

Gracie said...

hmmm...sounds good...i love japanese food so i think i'll try this on the weekend. Thanks for sharing the recipe, jeanny

rkdsign88 said...

yummy, may be I should give a try again :)