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  • Hey guys.

  • This time, I'm going to make sukiyaki with homemade tofu.

  • Sukiyaki is a really popular pot dish in winter in Japan.

  • And homemade tofu is so much better than store bought and it's pretty easy to make so if

  • you get a chance, please give it a try.

  • First, let the soybeans soak in water for about half a day.

  • The soaking time depends on the water temperature.

  • You can see the details in the description.

  • Then blend it to make namago.

  • Add the namago to boiling water and stir for about 10 minutes.

  • While stirring, make sure the namago doesn't burn on the bottom of the pan.

  • Then, strain the namago with a filter cloth to get soy milk.

  • The leftover is called okara.

  • It's very healthy so I normally keep it.

  • Next, prepare nigari to curdle the soy milk.

  • You can also use lemon juice.

  • Heat up the soy milk and keep the temperature at 75°C.

  • Add the nigari and stir gently.

  • Leave it for about 15 minutes.

  • While resting the soy milk, prepare a container for shaping the tofu.

  • This is actually a shaper for sushi, but you can use whatever you want.

  • For example, you can make holes on the bottom of a milk carton, or you can just use your

  • filter cloth and tie it up tightly to shape the tofu.

  • Then soak the tofu in cold water for about 30 minutes.

  • Cut it into pieces.

  • If you don't have a torch you can grill it, or you can just leave it as it is.

  • Now, prepare your vegetables.

  • Let's make the sauce.

  • Add sake and mirin, and boil it.

  • Then add sugar and soy sauce, and let the sugar melt.

  • Now, it's all set.

  • Melt the beef fat and cook the green onion in the sukiyaki pot to add flavor to the sauce.

  • Then add the sauce and cook the tofu, mushroom, and konjac.

  • Finally, place everything else.

  • Normally sukiyaki is eaten together with family or friends, so please enjoy a sukiyaki party!

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  • You can buy your domain through Squarespace or transfer it if you already have a domain

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  • Thank you for watching!

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Sukiyaki (Homemade Tofu)

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    吳堯勛 posted on 2018/04/22
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