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Sukiyaki (Gluten-Free)

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Sukiyaki is a Japanese dish popular with foreigners. There is a famous song that can be heard all over the world named “SUKIYAKI,” which is a cover of a Japanese song (actually, the song name is different in Japan). The ingredients for Sukiyaki are beef, tofu, Napa cabbage, green onion and so on. The soup is salty-sweet. It is definitely delicious.

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When beef prices were high after WW Ⅱ in Japan, Sukiyaki was also treated as a high-grade dish. Nowadays that is how Sushi is viewed. Usually we use thinly sliced beef which can be chuck, rib, rump or round roast. If you can’t find thinly sliced beef in a grocery store, please buy a tender cut and slice by yourself because you can get great beef flavor and texture with Sukiyaki soup.

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In Japan, traditionally Sukiyaki is served with raw egg. The egg makes the Sukiyaki taste mild and adds a great texture. This, however, is up to each person’s taste. I like eating Sukiyaki itself without the egg, but my husband enjoys it with the egg.

Enjoy this popular and delicious Sukiyaki dish!!


{Ingredients (2 servings)}

½ lb. Beef (sliced meat)

⅓ Napa Cabbage (7~10 leaves)

½ blocks (7 oz.) firm Tofu

8 scallions

¾ cup Soy Sauce REDUCED SODIUM [Gluten Free] (Organic)

½ cup Sugar

½ cup Cooking Sake


Here is my recipe in PDF: Sukiyaki

Author: fravitch

We have two blogs: One is a recipe blog "Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food". Another is about my husband's book "Accidental Samurai".

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