Thursday, October 15, 2009

Food Trip Friday---Sukiyaki

Who says you can't do sukiyaki at home? I know that dining out is a kind a pricey but you can make a home-style sukiyaki right into your home!

What you will need is:
3/4 cup water
1/3 cup soy sauce
3 tbsps sake ( japanese rice wine )
5 tbsps sugar

beef - thinly sliced
negi ( leek ) - 1 pc
carrot - 1 pc
hakusai ( chinese cabbage ) - 1/4 pack
yaki- dofu (grilled tofu) - 1 cake
shirataki noodles(yam noodles) - 1/2 pack
shiitake mushrooms - 1 pack
shimeji mushrooms - 1 pack
chrysanthemum leaves - 1/2 pack
2 tablespoons oil


1: Cut all ingredients into bite-sized pieces.
2: Mix A to make sukiyaki sauce.
3: Boil shirataki noodles, set aside.
4: Put oil and fry some beef slices into the skillet, then pour A in the pan.
5: Add other ingredients when the sauce starts to boil except for grilled tofu and leek.
6: Simmer until all ingredients are softened, add grilled tofu and leek, simmer for a while.
7: Add chrysanthemum leaves just before you eat them.

Our family don't add raw eggs for the sukiyaki but you can add raw eggs for dipping if you like. Enjoy!! ^_^

( The Chrystantemum leaves used in cooking is different from those flowering chrysantemum--it is grown specifically for cooking only. It is called shingiku here in Japan---edited )

Note: This is a re-post for my Food Trip Friday entry. For Food trippers join us here. Chibugan na!!! \(^0^)/


♥♥ Willa ♥♥ said...

Mommy clarisse,when you say Chrysantemum, is it the flower kind of plant or iba naman ito? Just curious...

Clarissa said...

@Mommy Willa:it's called a garland chrysantemum,a leaf vegetable and not the flower.It s called shinguku here in Japan.

Clarissa said...

Note:The Chrystantemum leaves used in cooking is different from those flowering chrysantemum--it is grown specifically for cooking only.

Enchie said...

Thanks for posting this Clang! I like to learn how to prepare authentic Japanese dishes. I look up to your posts, Mommy Seiko's also Jac's.

Meryl (proud pinay) said...

wow mukhang masarap amoy-amuyin yan luto mo..nice presentation ^_^ parang pwede ng pang resto...

Chubskulit Rose said...

Saludo talaga ako sayo sa pagluluto Clang hehehe.. Sarap naman nyan!

Want some Korean Side Dish? Come on over.

SASSY MOM said...

That's interesting Mommy Clarisse! Galing mo naman... Thanks for sharing! have a great weekend!

here's my entry

Dhemz said...

oh lala...always on the top talaga tong si Mami Clang when it comes to food prep...very unique!

love the carrot heart-shaped....super cute....hehehhe!

nice naman tong entry mo Mami Clang...comes with free recipe...hehehe!

Unknown said...

Weehh..another Japanese food..parang kailangan ko na talaga matuto kumain ng Jap Food para maappreciate ko siya..and feeling ko masarap naman..hehehe..feel ko lang..mahal kasi Japanese Resto dito so I think i'll just do it myself sa bahay..buti nglang you shared the recipe here..salamat Mommy Clang..

Meikah said...

Ay thanks for the recipe. Sukiyaki here is pricey!!! :D Will try this one out.

My FTF entry is here.

Richard said...

That sounds awesome. I think I try it next week (though, I am not sure how I am going to get the kids to eat the mushrooms).

Not sure I can get the chrysanthemum leaves or sake (so far, finding ethnic food in Madrid has been a pain), but I am sure I will manage with some creative substitutions.

I didn't know that edible / cooking chrysanthemums were differrent from the ones in the flower pot. Good think I haven't tried brewing tea with them.

R. said...

For the nth time, I'm telling you that I always look forward to you FOOD TRIP FRIDAY. I always get sooo excited when I click on the link from my blog to yours. Hehe.

I can just imagine how divine a home-cooked Sukiyaki must be. I bet, walang sinabi yung mga Sukiyakis in the restos here. My boyfriend super loves Sukiyaki!

Cacai M. said...

oi parang masarap talaga.. (haven't tried it but I bet it's really yummy! love the divided style.. hmmmm...

here's my food trip

Lulu said...

i love the carrots in heart shape... saan ko ba mabili yang pang heart na kutsilyo hehehe

Cecile said...

another yummy foods here, clang; katakam takam talaga mga luto mo; salamat na lang at may kasamag recipe para naman ma try namin to :-); thanks for sharing, Clang!

♥peachkins♥ said...

Japanese dishes are one of my faves! I love your photo!

nuts said...

i'm drooling here..

bambie said...

yummy nman! i bet it tastes as good as it looks!

btw clarissa, i tagged you for an award.☺

the post is here.☺

Beng said...

wow..super nice naman ng sure super yummy din yan..penge

Dhemz said...

hello Mami Clang...dalaw me ulit dito....musta ang weekend nyo so far?

hope all is well....just a quick visit...ingat po!...mwah!

Sunshinelene said...

Yummmyyy I miss foods like this Clar, lalo na pag malapit na ang winter. :)

re: chrysanthemum (garland chrysanthemmum) is that the one indian used for their festivities? The ones colored yellow?

Thank you for visiting my food trip. :)

Seiko said...

Wow!!Sukiyaki!!he best talaga ang sukiyaki specially pag winter na.Yummy!

Azumi's Mom ★ said...

wow sarap naman neto.. ako din one of my favorite japanese food is sukiyaki. Mas masarap kung sa bahay kesa sa resto, mas marami makakain while kwentuhan.

Yami said...

Another authentic Japanese food from you. I'm sure you family love it. :)

Phebie said...

looks so yummy!

Hi mommy clang...thanks sa greetings!

God Bless!

Amy said...

mukhang madali lang pala gawin.. will give it a try someday:)

Anonymous said...

oi tita clarz its on mine on my wedding blogs check it out pinapagawa ko din c hubby hehe kaso dipa nagawa im forcing him to make his version how we met

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