Sukiyaki Recipe: Dive Into the Flavorful World of Japanese Hot Pot

Dish recipes: Sukiyaki
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Immerse yourself in the rich and savory flavors of Japanese cuisine with Sukiyaki, a traditional hot pot dish that brings together thinly sliced beef, vegetables, and noodles in a sweet and savory broth. Experience the warmth and comfort of Sukiyaki as you gather around the table with friends and family.


1 lb (0.45 kg) thinly sliced beef (such as ribeye or sirloin)

1/2 cup of soy sauce

1/4 cup of mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine)

1/4 cup of sake (Japanese rice wine)

2 tablespoons of sugar

1 onion, thinly sliced

1 bunch of enoki mushrooms, trimmed

1/2 napa cabbage, sliced

1 block of firm tofu, sliced

4 green onions, cut into 2-inch pieces

1 package of shirataki noodles, drained and rinsed


In a large skillet or sukiyaki pot, combine soy sauce, mirin, sake, and sugar. Bring to a simmer over medium heat. Add thinly sliced beef to the skillet and cook until just browned. Add sliced onion, enoki mushrooms, napa cabbage, tofu slices, green onions, and shirataki noodles to the skillet, arranging them evenly. Cover the skillet and let the ingredients simmer in the broth for 5-7 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender and the beef is cooked through. Serve Sukiyaki hot from the skillet, allowing everyone to scoop out their desired ingredients and broth into individual bowls.


Sukiyaki is traditionally served hot and enjoyed with a bowl of steamed rice on the side. Dip the cooked ingredients into beaten raw egg before eating for added richness and flavor. Garnish with chopped green onions or toasted sesame seeds for extra flair.

Sukiyaki is not just a meal it's an experience that brings people together and warms the soul. With its tender beef, hearty vegetables, and savory broth, Sukiyaki is a beloved dish that is perfect for sharing and creating lasting memories.