Saturday, April 27, 2019

How to Make Chicken Sukiyaki (Torisuki) Recipe | VR180 Cooking | Japanese Cooking Video

Sukiyaki (すき焼き) is a traditional and popular Japanese hot pot (nabe) cooked with thinly sliced beef but you can also enjoy it with chicken. Especially the grilled chicken makes it tasty and delicious!

Pink IH Portable Induction Cook Top I bought:

How to Make Chicken Sukiyaki
How to Make Chicken Sukiyaki

Beef Sukiyaki recipe is HERE:


Chicken Sukiyaki (Torisuki)

Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 30min
Number of servings: 4

350g (12.5oz.) chicken thigh
200g (7oz.) Yaki-Dofu (grilled tofu)
300g (10.5oz.) Shirataki (translucent Konnyaku noodles)
4 shiitake mushrooms *you can also add Enoki, Shimeji, Maitake, etc...
4 long green onions
1 carrot
200g (7oz.) Shungiku (garland chrysanthemum) *Watercress can be a substitute
cooking oil
Warishita (Sukiyaki sauce seasonings)
* 100ml Kombu broth (or water)
* 100ml Sake
* 100ml Mirin (sweet Sake)
* 100ml soy sauce
* 4 tbsp. sugar
udon noodles if desired
fresh raw eggs if desired

1. Lightly sprinkle the chicken with Sake, salt and pepper and leave for 5 minutes to remove the bad smell. Cut yaki-dofu into bite sized pieces. Boil shirataki 2-3 minutes in order to remove dirt. Remove stems and cut shiitake mushrooms in half. Chop long green onions into 7cm (2.5inches) pieces. Slice carrot with peeler as much as you want. Separate shungiku leaves and stalks, cut leaves into bite-sized pieces and cut stalks diagonally.
2. Heat cooking oil in the pot and cook the long onions and skin-side of chicken until crisp golden (long onion gives nice flavor). Chicken doesn’t have to be cooked thoroughly because it is going to be simmered later. Slice the chicken into bite-size pieces.
3. In the same pot, put vegetables, chicken, and Warishita (Sukiyaki sauce) and simmer on medium for about 10 min until everything is done.
4. If desired, dip sukiyaki into beaten fresh raw eggs to eat!

You can either cook Sukiyaki at the table or in the kitchen and eat at the table on a portable stove.
You can add udon if desired. It goes great with Sukiyaki!
The next day, you can simmer the leftover broth with beaten eggs and make rice bowls. yummy!!!


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