Saturday, June 28, 2008


Originally uploaded by mzjigglypuff
This recipe is really easy to make.

Buy sukiyaki broth in a bottle from the asian food aisle in a regular market or a local Japanese Market. You will also need a traditional sukiyaki pot like the one in the picture, which you can also find at a Japanese Market. If you cannot find one, you will need to use a shallow pot.

Slice one large brown onion. Add to pot with small amount of olive oil, heat until softened.

Add 1 part sukiyaki broth to 1 part water. Add either more broth or water to taste. Bring to a boil.

Add napa cabbage, carrots, Tofu, Shitake mushroom, Green onion, Shimeji mushrooms and whatever you like to pot and wait until cooked. This shouldn't take long, about 5-10 minutes depending on how soft you like your vegetables.

Add beef sliced specifically for sukiyaki (found at local Japanese Markets). I used Kobe Style beef which can be pricey but I totally recommend. Cook until done.

Remove from stove and serve immediately with rice.

1 comment:

modkidboutique said...

Michelle, this dish looks amazing! And what a great photo. We are HUGE fans of all Asian food around here so I will have to give this a try.

Thank you so much for joining our "Cook It. Blog It!" club. Your URL has been added to the blogroll and I will let everyone know today to come check it out.