Beef Sukiyaki Stew (Low Sodium)

Beef Sukiyaki Stew (Low Sodium)

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Cooking time
20 minutes
  • Nutrition facts are for one serving.

Ingredients(Servings: 2)

Ingredients(Servings: 2)

1/2 block

150 g (5.3 oz.)


1 tsp


1/2 Tbsp

150 ml (5.1 fl. oz.)

  • This recipe uses ingredients for raw or semi-cooked consumption.
    To avoid food poisoning and to safely enjoy home-cooked meals, we ask you to adhere to the guidelines provided by your local Food Safety Information Center for the procurement, storage, cooking and other preparation methods of food ingredients.


  1. Cut the tofu into 4 to 5 equal-sized rectangular slices and the negi diagonally into 1 cm (0.4 in.) width pieces.
  2. Heat the oil in a fry pan, add in and cook the tofu, then add in the meat between each slice to cook. Once the tofu is browned, turn each slice over to cook the other side as well. Add in (A), simmer over medium heat until the cooking liquids are boiled down to half, then add in the negi and simmer until cooked through.
  3. Serve into bowls and top with a soft-boiled egg.

Cooking Basics

Dashi (bonito) prepared using a tea bag

When making simmered dishes, place about 15 g (0.5 oz.) of dried bonito flakes into a tea bag for 1000 ml (33.8 fl. oz.) of water, and add the tea bag in with all other ingredients to prepare deeply-flavored and savory simmered dishes.

Tofu - draining

Wrap tofu in paper towel and set aside for 15 to 20 minutes. This method works best if the tofu is cut into the desired sized pieces beforehand to remove excess moisture.  
Or wrap tofu in paper towel, place on a tray or other suitable surface and place a weight of 500~1000 g (17.7~35.3 oz.) on top and set aside for about appropriate minutes to release as much moisture as possible.

Dashi (bonito) prepared using a tea strainer

This method is convenient for preparing small amounts of dashi, such as soup for one person, ohitashi (boiled vegetables seasoned with dashi and soy sauce), sesame dressing, etc. Place dried bonito flakes (about 5 g /0.2 oz.) into a tea strainer and pour in 200 ml (6.8 fl. oz.) of hot water.

Eggs - boiling

Remove the eggs from a refrigerator about 30 minutes prior to return to room temperature. Place a small amount of salt into boiled water, then add in the eggs. Using a ladle to gently add in the eggs can help prevent cracking. Once the desired boiling time has passed, remove the eggs into cold water and allow to cool completely.


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