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kansai-style sukiyaki

  • Serves: 4
  • Calories: 478 kcal
  • Japanese: Kansai-fū sukiyaki
Kasai-Style Sukiyaki
Ingredients beef Ingredients vegetable

ingredients:

  • 400 g thinly sliced beef (veal)
  • 1 block tofu
  • 1 package thread konnyaku
  • 3 or 4 long green onions
  • 4 eggs (optional)
  • 60 g sugar
  • 100 ml soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon salad oil
  • You can also add your favorite ingredients (e.g., onion, mushroom, fried tofu).
Step 1

step 1:

Cut the beef into about 15 cm. slices. Cut the tofu block in half lengthwise, then cut each half across 3 times. Finally, place the knife halfway down the side of the block and slice across to form 16 bite-size pieces.

Step 2

step 2:

Wash the thread konnyaku and cut into thirds. Then boil in 400 ml of water for 1 minute. Drain.

Step 3

step 3:

Slice the long green onion diagonally into 5 cm. pieces.

Step 4

step 4:

Arrange the meat, konnyaku, tofu, and long green onion attractively in separate rows on one or more large platters.

Step 5

step 5:

Heat the salad oil in an electric pan, a pan or a frying pan. Add several slices of meat, sprinkle in 1 tablespoon sugar, and pour in 1 tablespoon soy sauce. Cook for a minute, stir, and turn the meat over.

Step 6

step 6:

Push the meat to one side. Add about 1/3 each of the long green onions, tofu and thread konnyaku.

Step 7

step 7:

Again, sprinkle in 1 tablespoon sugar and add 1 tablespoon soy sauce. Cook for an additional 4 to 5 minutes.

Step 8

step 8:

Crack each egg into separate serving bowls and beat lightly. The braised meat and vegetables are dipped into the egg.

kansai-fū sukiyaki

Let everyone start to help themselves to whatever they want. Then cook the remaining meat and the vegetables in the same manner.

comment:

Sukiyaki originated in Kansai in the middle of the the 1800's. Kansai-style uses soy sauce and sugar. The taste is sweet and salty. Kansai includes the Osaka area, but this Kansai-style sukiyaki is also eaten in most of western Japan.

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