Monday, September 3

Sukiyaki (first attempt)

I am so inspired lately to cook. Since the weather here in Manila is somewhat gloomy I have been craving for hot soup. Everytime we eat at Japanese restaurants I always order Sukiyaki. So here is my version for this dish. Yum yum yum! (Borrowed from Chef Boy Logro's expression hehehe...)
***for the sauce you can also buy and use the ready made sukiyaki sauce from your suking tindahan (favorite grocery store).
Sukiyaki cut of beef
Japanese tofu
Shitake mushrooms (stems removed. sliced thinly and soaked in water)
Carrots thinly sliced
Onion leaves chopped
Vermiccili noodles (sotanghon), soaked in water
Chinese cabbage (washed and cut into 2 inches)
1/3 c. Kikoman soy suace
3 tbsp. sake
5 tbdp. sugar
3/4 c. Water
♥ saute the beef with a little amount of canola oil.
♥add the shitake mushrooms & carrots
♥pour in the sauce and let it simmer.
♥add the sotanghon
♥let it boil until the noodles are cooked
♥taste and add water or sauce.
♥add the japanese tofu & chinese cabbage on top while simmer fir a minute & you're done!
♥before serving add the raw egg on top of the soup and sprinkle the chopped onion leaves. Best served hot!
♡cook it with love and enjoy.
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