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I love the internet!! I seriously don’t know how we survived before it. First of all, I got this recipe off the internet – where I find lots of recipes and inspiration. But also because there is so much information out there. I have to say that I didn’t know what “Sukiyaki” was before this recipe, or even after I made this recipe. But before I shared this with you, I thought I’d do a quick search to find out exactly what sukiyaki is. it turn out, this is not really a sukiyaki dish.

First of all, traditional sukiyaki is a one pot meal that is cooked at the table. It is made from very high quality beef, so the traditional meal is not an inexpensive one. And, everyone typically eats out of the one pot.

But even though this isn’t “traditional”, I still really enjoyed it. It was easy and fast, and pretty good for you as well. And I love that I learned a non-traditional way to make a traditional Japanese meal!

Sukiyaki Beef
from Allrecipes.com

serves 4

total time: 35 minutes

1 tablespoon peanut oil
1 pound beef round steak, sliced diagonally into 3 inch pieces
1/2 cup beef stock
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon butter
3/4 cup diced onion
3/4 cup diced celery
1/4 pound mushrooms, sliced
1/4 pound fresh spinach, rinsed
prepared rice, for serving

Heat the oil in a wok or large heavy skillet over medium-high heat. Add the beef and cook until evenly browned. Stir in the beef stock, soy sauce and butter. Push meat to the side and add in onion, celery and mushrooms. Cook, stirring, for about 4 minutes. Add spinach and cook fro 2 more minutes.

Serve over prepared rice.

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14 Responses to Sukiyaki Beef

  1. Patsyk says:

    I love that we have so much access to information AND recipes via the internet! I haven't had sukiyaki in years… gonna have to try this one since it looks like a great dish!

  2. Fuat Gencal says:

    Çok leziz ve iştah açıcı görünüyor. Ellerinize sağlık.

    Saygılar.

  3. Jane says:

    Sometimes I think we get information overload. My husband and I sit with our laptops on our laps most evening, reading and researching. Then when I go to bed my head is spinning!! Couldn't live without it tho!

  4. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    A delicious looking dish! Sukiyaki is wonderful.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. Jennifurla says:

    This looks so wonderful

  6. kat says:

    I can see why you liked it there are some good flavors going on there

  7. Pam says:

    It looks delicious! I've never made it but you make it look easy and good!

  8. Monet says:

    I know! I can't imagine having to pour through cookbooks alone to find new recipes. I love the food world online!

  9. Joanne says:

    The internet really is the best way to discover new recipes! Thanks for sharing this…it sounds quite tasty! And I learned something new…always a plus.

  10. Maria says:

    This is my best friend's favorite dish!

  11. Abby says:

    I haven't bought a cookbook since I started food blogging several years ago. Good or bad? I don't know. Good for my pocketbook and bad for the publishing industry. But it's recipes like this that make me SO happy the Internet exists!

  12. Susi says:

    I love the internet! Allrecipes has come to my rescue many times. This looks delicious!

  13. Kim says:

    There are definitely some tasty recipes online nowadays! I love meals like this. Looks delicious.

  14. cmjhawaii says:

    My family & I love doing sukiyaki at the table. We bust out our big iron skillet and propane stove and set it up right at the table. It's a bit time consuming because you have to chop all the veggies beforehand. We like napa cabbage. Yum! Then you get all hot and sweaty from the heat and you smell like cooked beef later. And you have to constantly watch the cooking. We especially love the konyaku noodles which you have to keep separated from the beef or it will become tough and chewy. A tip I received from a friend from Japan. But doing this on a once-in-a-while basis is perfect.

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