Gather all the ingredients.
How to slice your own meat: click here.
As I mentioned in the post above, in Japan, we crack and beat an egg into an individual bowl. Dip the cooked sukiyaki ingredients in the raw egg and eat. The salty sukiyaki will taste mild after dipping the egg, and the egg also adds a slightly sweet taste that’s indescribable. It’s amazingly delicious!
Here in the US, raw eggs are not recommended for consumption. Please skip unless you’re certain the egg in your area is safe to consume raw.
Equipment you will need:
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