Recipe: Sukiyaki

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June 03, 2008

I received an ollar stone for two as a gift and I decided to use it for a sukiyaki. It's a traditional japanese dish, where ingredients are cooked after they're served, by the guests themselves. It's a sort of a slow food ritual that we appreciated very much.
According to the original recipe, the eggs should be used raw, as a sauce, but I must confess that we put them on the ollar stone with other ingredients.



Serves two:
300g beef tenderloin
250g fresh mushrooms
100g soya sprouts
4 carrots
2 courgettes
200g rice noodles
2 eggs
soya sauce

Cut the onion into thin vertical wedges, carrots and courgettes into stripes. Wash and slice the mushrooms.
Cut the tenderloin into 1-2 cm slices.
Cook the noddles and drain them well.
Serve all ingredients separately into serving plates.
The guests should take the ingredients, put them on the ollar stone and cook them. Season with beaten egg and soya sauce.

TempuraAnother Japanese recipe:

Vegetarian tempura

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Author: Kalyn (URL)

Sounds like a lot of fun. I ve had this dish in restaurants and enjoyed it, but cooking it at home would be even more fun.

Author: Graziana

Yes, we enjoyed so much the first time, that we cook it often now!

Author: radha (URL)

Like hot pot here in China,we cook everything, truly EVERY KIND OF THING, from raw directly into the boiling pot in the center of the table. many family have a stove a ignezione at home so they can enjoy it there too ~

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