Watch this recipe being made on Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup.
Here’s an easy, tasty spin on an old Japanese classic, sukiyaki. It’s a one-pot solution for both busy family weeknights and parties – all you need is some rice to go with it. You can even cook it at the table on a portable burner, and keep adding ingredients to it as people take from the pot. And imagine – with no oil added and lots of veggies, it’s a nutrient-packed, low-fat meal.
12 ounces shiiitake mushrooms, left whole with stems removed or cut in half
½ small Kabocha Squash, sliced ⅓ inch thick
3 cups broccoli florets
1 pound Shirataki noodles`, drained, rinsed, and cut into 6-inch lengths (approximate)
1 pound medium or regular tofu, sliced ½ inch thick
Put the mushrooms, kabocha, broccoli, tofu, and shirataki in a large, deep skillet.
Pour over it the following:
1/2 c. soy sauce
1/3 c. mirin (sweet-
1/3 c. agave syrup
Cover & cook 5 minutes on medium high heat until the veggies are fairly tender. Add the folllowing, cover and cook for a few more minutes until everything has cooked down and is tender:
2 bunches of scallions, cut into 3-inch lengths
1 small head napa cabbage, cut into 3-inch pieces
At the very end, stir in
1 tablespoon fresh ginger
and cover 1 minute right before serving.
I'm so happy I couldn't sleep this morning and watched this episode on Create. I am an instant fan. Thanks
My husband and I saw this episode on Create and we had to try the Sukiyaki. Definitely going in the "go-to" recipe rotation. Delicious!
Thanks Gogo & Desiree, You won't be disappointed. We've been making this recipe at DTV HQ quite often.
This looks amazing! I can't wait to try it. I am not vegan but I am trying to cut out all meets a little at a time. So far I have cut out beef.
I was inspired both by the recipe and the Chef. It seemed easy and delicious. Thank you. I just set up a series recording on my dvr for Vegan Mashup and going to the Japanese store to stock up pantry so I will be ready.