Thai Style Homemade

Sukiyaki

Thai Style Homemade Sukiyaki

Sukiyaki can be prepared in the Hot-pot style or as a dry version. The most popular is the Hot-pot version as you will find many roadside or chain restaurants will offer this dish in Thailand. You will order one or more that will be placed in the middle of your table and will allow you to share the meal with your family and friends. Like other Asian countries, Thailand has its own take on the hot pot which is known as sukiyaki. You can choose your ingredients (beef, pork, chicken, or vegetarian) and raw vegetables. Taste of Thailand will show you how to prepare our own hot pot meal right at home with ingredients you can get at your local asian market!

Preparation of the meat:

If you are going to be using meat, you can choose from beef, chicken, or pork ( about 150g of protein per person). It is recommended to marinade the meat for about half an hour in the below sauce mix:

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  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 tablespoon egg white
  • Fishballs or meat sausages (optional, but traditionally included)
  • Meat should be sliced into thin strips or bite-size pieces

Keep the egg yolk for the meat platter. Where you will be mixed it into the soup.

Noodles and Vegetables

  • Woon Sen (Thai Glass Noodle) – available at your local Asian market.
  • Bok choy
  • Napa cabbage
  • Water Spinach (puk boong)
  • Corn (frozen or fresh)
  • Carrots sliced thin
  • Thai Pumpkin
  • Mushrooms
  • Chinese celery
  • Coriander root – available at your local Asian market
  • Thai chili (to taste)

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Steps

  • Prepare your hotpot or you can use your slow-cooker.

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  • Heat up the water on high.
  • Add mushroom, corn, pumpkin, or carrot (cook until soft)

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  • Add some soy sauce and salt to taste.
  • Add chicken, beef or pork and egg yolk. You can also use any type of seafood or keep it just veggies.
  • Add remaining vegetables
  • Steam the meat and vegetables till cooked through

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Dipping

You can buy the Thai suki sauce from your local Asian market or if you are in Thailand any 7-11 or supermarket will carry it. You can add some extra chilies, or coriander to taste. You can pour the sauce on top or in a bowl on the side to dip.

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Now you are ready to enjoy all your hard work by sharing with family and friends. Enjoy!

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