Loaded with vegetables, mushrooms and well-marbled beef in a sweet and savoury Kanto-Style soy sauce broth with Kansai-Style condiments! This is the dish to make for a heart-warming family gathering.
Cuisine : Asian Course : Main Skill Level : Novice
Prep : 10 mins Cook : 15 mins Ready in : 25 mins Serves : 1-2 Servings
- Well-marbled beef sliced for sukiyaki (3mm thick)
- Preferably a good quality ribeye , short rib or chuckroll
- Japanese Leak
- Napa Cabbage
- Enoki Mushrooms
- Fresh Shiitake Mushrooms
- Firm Tofu
- Konnyaku Noodles
- Udon Noodles
- Freshest Pasteurised Eggs (Optional)
- Sukiyaki Sauce Kanto-Style, Eastern Japan
- 1 part Sake
- 1 part Mirin
- 1 part Soy Sauce
- 1 part Kombu Stock
- ¼ part Brown Sugar
- Sukiyaki Condiments Kansai-Style, Western Japan
- Soy Sauce
- Brown Sugar
- To make Kanto-style sukiyaki sauce, combine all ingredients inside Bruno Nabe Pot and bring to a boil for around 5 minutes to reduce the mixture slightly.
- Arrange Japanese cabbage, leek, tofu, mushrooms and simmer for about 3 minutes, then add the thinly sliced beef and udon. Simmer the ingredients for another 3-5 minutes until all ingredients are well-cooked.
- To enjoy Kanto-style sukiyaki, dip cooked vegetables and beef in beaten pasteurized egg.
- Add more sukiyaki sauce and repeat step 2 to continue cooking.
- To make Kansai-Style sukiyaki, preheat Bruno Nabe Pot on high.
- Place a piece of beef fat, move it around to render its fat. If you don’t have any beef fat, add 1 tsp of oil and spread it around.
- Add some brown sugar, and sear sliced beef in the pot. Drizzle sake and soy sauce. Let it sizzle, then flip the beef to cook the other side briefly. Do enjoy the beef by dripping in pasteurized eggs.
- In the same pot, arrange cabbage, leef, tofu, mushrooms, konnyaku noodles and sliced beef. Sprinkle brown sugar, drizzle soy sauce and sake. Allow ingredients to simmer and cook.
- To enjoy Kansai-style sukiyaki, dip cooked vegetables and beef in beaten pasteurized egg.
- Add the end when all ingredients are taken out of the pot, add cooked udon or rice to soak up the flavourful sauce. Add more brown sugar, soy sauce and sake if mixture is too dry.