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Submitted by noircat on Dec 6, 2008, 12:00 PM

I made some sukiyaki yesterday, and tonight me and my girldfriend are once again gonna feast on the leftovers!!

I covered three things for this sukiyaki. Meat, veggies(and noddles) and sukiyaki sauce.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #1

For the meat, I got some nice rib eye(but sirloin is good too)
and for the veggies I used:
1 Egg Plant
2 Romaine Lettuce
2 Leeks
Some Garlic and Carrots
1 can of Bamboo Shoots
and 1 can of Water Chestnuts.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #2

For the sukiyaki sauce I used aproximately:
1/3 cup soy sauce
5 tbsps sake
7 tbsps sugar
1 cup water.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #3

Mixed the ingredients for the sauce, cut the meat into thin slices and cut all the veggies into edible sizes.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #4

I cooked the meat on a frying pan, using some sesame marinade, then poured some of the sukiyaki sauce over it, and brought it to boil.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #5

At the same time I put leeks and carrots into an iron pot and boil them in the sukiyaki sauce as well.

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #6

Depending on how much boiling time the ingredient need, I then poured them into the pot one at a time(the meat as well), ending up with a big pot of greatness!

Sukiyaki - recipe photo #7

Since I brought the sake out for the sauce, I figured that I kept the whole meal Japanese and use it again!

Comments (2)
beloved90 Apr 4, 2009, 9:07 PM
what type of meat do you stuff for this?

nyswtangel Nov 12, 2010, 8:26 AM
What type of noodles did you use?

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